Wild orcas dont have rake marks. by placidbabe on Flickr.
Apply cold water to the burned area.

Wild orcas dont have rake marks. by placidbabe on Flickr.

Apply cold water to the burned area.

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    Now compare these photos of a perfectly normal amount of rakes (and as caong said - various other injuries) with this....
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    None of us are saying that wild orca don’t get rake marks you utter bunch of dingleberries. Don’t conjure strawmen, it’s...
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    I’ve also heard those that live around ice get cut up a bit from the ice too :E try again, procaps
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    ffs of course wild animals look a little beaten up. Anything can happen and there’s no vet care. If you put them in a...