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(Watermark does not appear on actual adoption photo.)
is the first known offspring of Oreo (J-22) . He was first seen in December 1997. His younger brother is named Cookie (J-38). Rhapsody (J-32) was also a member of this close knit family. One of the last sightings of DoubleStuf was on December 10, 2016 as members of J Pod traveled south in San Juan Channel, passing by the entrance to Friday Harbor. His body was found December 20 in Canadian waters. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada will be conducting the necropsy.
This whale is currently missing and presumed deceased