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English: Bill Reid's (1920–98) Killer Whale (1986), bronze sculpture with dark green patina on a bronze base: This sculpture is on display in the Royal British Columbia Museum. Measuring 112.1 x 74 x 49.8 cm, it is one of an edition of 9.
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