The International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources(IUCN) estimates that there is a minimum of 50,000 killer whales in the wild. There are probably more, but until more data on killer whale populations is available, we won’t know for sure.
The Southern Resident Killer Whale is beleived to only have a population of 88 and is listed as an Endangered Species under ECA and depleted under MMPA. Conservation efforts are underway.
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