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The killer whale is one of the creatures on earth that are at the top of the ocean food chain. The name of the killer whale makes it unfortunate to put on an offensive stigma, as the killer whale eats almost only fish or other marine mammals, not humans.

Although the killer whale is not an endangered species, some local ethnic groups capture killer whales for various maritime theme parks or as an option due to food scarcity. Noise pollution, water pollution, shipping vessels, excessive whale watching vessels and habitat loss pose a great threat to the killer whales.

In recent years, more and more people have learned that killer whales, dolphins and other marine animals were caught to demonstrate shows themes park, training them day-to-day for long-term performances. Designer Steve Chan hopes to design a killer whale bag bringing awareness and calling on everyone to join the fight against the killing of whales and other marine animals, and hope animals will no longer suffer for human entertainment.