Communicating with Orcas by Mary J. Getten
The Whales' Perspective

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Communicating with Orcas is the true story of an amazing journey by two curious and dedicated women into the unknown world of whales. Mary J. Getten, respected whale naturalist and professional animal communicator, and her colleague, Raphaela Pope, take the reader on a unique voyage of discovery about these fascinating creatures of the sea. Together they use the telepathic skills and communication abilities to interview and converse with wild and captive orcas.

This is a book like no other. It unlocks the many mysteries of orca life and death. It is a moving description of a close family group in which all members travel, work, eat, play, and even sleep together. Most of all, it takes you inside their world, allowing you to see things from their perspective and to understand another way of life--the orca way.


About Mary J. Getten

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Mary J. Getten has studied and worked with marine animals since 1987 and continues to serve as a naturalist and guide on whale-watching expeditions.
Published January 1, 2002 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 232 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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Getten (The Orca Pocket Guide ) claims that she talks to whales using telepathic animal communication and that she and a friend spent a year interviewing wild and captive orcas (known as killer whales), including a matriarch she calls Granny, who lives in the waters of the Pacific Northwest, and ...

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