Killer whale rescued from rocks
Adapted from The Vancouver Sun by Nila Gopaul
On July 22, 2015,
cries came from a young killer whale.
The calf was caught on some rocks.
She could not move.
She was crying in pain.
It was a hot day in Hartley Bay, B.C.,
a First Nations community
145 kilometres south of Prince Rupert.
So the whale’s skin was getting dry.
“It was so heartbreaking,” said one woman.