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autumn playlist

1. blood bank - bon iver

2. old pine - ben howard

3. work song - hozier

4. another story - the head and the heart

5. ophelia - the lumineers

6. let it go - james boy

7. all i want - kodaline

8. like real people do - hozier

9. down in the valley - the head and the heart

10. long way from home - the lumineers

11. the girl - city and colour

12. all the pretty girls - kaleo

13. cherry wine - live -hozier

14. patience - the lumineers

15. rings grow - florist

16. la vie en rose - daniela andrade

17. featherstone - the paper kites

18. rivers and roads - the head and the heart

19. warm foothills - alt-J

20. lua - bright eyes

21. made for you - alexander cardinale

22. drifting - on an on

23. ms - alt-J

24. holocene - bon iver

25. one - ed sheeran

26. beach baby - bon iver

27. heartbeats - josé gonzález

28. honeybee - seahaven

29. santa monica dream - angus & julia stone

30. crosses - josé gonzález

31. bloom - bonus track - the paper kites

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Gender: Male
Pod: Southern Residents (J pod)
Place of Capture: Carr Inlet, Washington State
Date of Capture: March 12, 1972
Age at Capture: Approx. 2 years

On March 12, 1972, a large group of Orcas were captured off Carr Inlet in Washington State waters. Canuck, also known as J-24, was believed to be the grandson of the (approx.) 103 year old matriarch of J pod, J-2 Granny.

Not long after his capture, Canuck was purchased by SeaWorld San Diego but was transferred to SeaWorld Aurora due to the limited tank space at the San Diego park. He was also the first Orca to be transferred to SeaWorld Orlando, where it was possible he met Kandu III.

On December 1, 1974, Canuck died during a show due to a fungal infection known as Candidiasis.

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