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In this photo taken Jan. 18, 2014, a satellite-linked transmitter is visible on the dorsal fin of L87, an orca from the southern resident group of killer whales, while swimming in Puget Sound west of Seattle. Federal researchers say the satellite-linked tag offered new details on the movements of the endangered orca whale before it stopped transmitting data earlier this week. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data shows the orca spent the past several weeks cruising throughout the Salish Sea and out to the Washington coast. (AP Photo)

In this photo taken Jan. 18, 2014, a satellite-linked transmitter is visible on the dorsal fin of L87, an orca from the southern resident group of killer whales, while swimming in Puget Sound west of Seattle. Federal researchers say the satellite-linked tag offered new details on the movements of the endangered orca whale before it stopped transmitting data earlier this week. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data shows the orca spent the past several weeks cruising throughout the Salish Sea and out to the Washington coast. (AP Photo)

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