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Killer Whale Paddle by Laurence Scow
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Killer Whale Paddle by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Laurence Scow.
This paddle was carved from yellow cedar and detailed with acrylic paint. The Whale is a popular symbol for romance and family. Killer Whales, like Wolves, stay with their families and live in communities, hunting as well-organized packs. Indeed, the Killer Whale is said to have originated from a single great white wolf that leaped into the sea and transformed itself into a Killer Whale.
Measures: 60" x 6" x 1.5"
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