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No concrete plans to transport Tokitae, despite hopes

Federal agencies have not seen plans, proposals for her return

Raynell Morris, a member of the Lummi Nation and vice president of the Sacred Lands Conservancy, talks to attendees while wearing traditional garb over her winter clothes.
Raynell Morris, a member of the Lummi Nation, speaks during a January prayer ceremony for the return of killer whale Sk’aliCh’elh-tenaut – also known as Tokitae – who is currently held at the Miami Seaquarium. Morris led another prayer ceremony April 27 for the orca. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
No concrete plans exist to transport Tokitae, the Southern Resident orca currently housed at the Mia
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