Orcas of J-Pod haven't been spotted in the Salish Sea for more than 100 days

A group of famed southern resident killer whales haven't been behaving like residents of the Salish Sea for the last few months. 

J-Pod, the most frequently seen killer whale pod among the group, has not been seen in the Salish Sea since April 10, or just over 100 days ago.

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