Sick orca known as J50 has received antibiotics, still low chance of survival

After days of tracking the killer whale known as J50, Dr. Martin Haulena from the Vancouver Aquarium was finally able on Thursday to get close enough to administer of a dose of antibiotic through a dart.

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