Get ready for a cuteness overload. A new baby orca was spotted in Tofino, BC and it is literally the cutest thing ever. Since the birth, photos and videos of this endangered baby have been shared all over social media and we couldn’t be happier to share them with you.\nA newborn orca calf was recently spotted off swimming in Tofino, British Columbia. This little cutie was seen with J Pod, an endangered population of southern resident killer whales.\nJohn Forde with the Tofino Whale Centre spotted this baby and quickly posted some photos on the company's Instagram page. Since then, the photos have gone viral with many others posting their own encounters with the baby.\nAccording to CBC, the baby is only days old! Jennifer Steven with the Tofino Whale Centre told CBC that the baby was bright orange when she saw it.\nWithin their first year of life, baby orcas will shift in colour from the orange tinge we see in the photos to the typical black and white coluring.\nView this post on Instagram Oh baby! New calf born to critically endangered Southern Resident Killer Whale J Pod. Photo: John Forde #tofino #killerwhale #jpod A post shared by The Whale Centre (@tofinowhalecentre) on May 31, 2019 at 5:43pm PDT\nToday marks the beginning of Orca Action Month. The local resident Orca population is at risk of being lost forever. Only through awareness, education, and action can meaningful change occur. News of a new baby Orca with J Pod is reason for celebration. pic.twitter.com/seKuRNl2lI— Emerald Sea Dive Club (@EmeraldSeaDive) June 1, 2019\nThis birth is huge for the killer whale community as only 75 southern resident killer whales remain. As of now, the population is reported to be at a 30-year low.\nTo make this story even cuter, Forde told CBC that he believes the baby was swimming with his mom, J41, and another female elder, J19.\nAn update we've all been waiting for! There's a brand new calf in J-Pod ❤ Baby was seen swimming with J41 Eclipse and J31 Tsuchi. Further details will be coming from the Center for Whale Research!📷: John Forde/Jennifer Steven pic.twitter.com/uaJUsI4NW9— Save Our Whales 🐳 (@OrcaSpotlight) May 31, 2019\nSince the birth, Twitter has been blowing up with pictures of the baby.\nThere's a new baby Orca. 👍 how exciting. 😉🐳 pic.twitter.com/CWcfYvAabE— L.j.seeks Bigfoot (@ljhamilton88) May 31, 2019\n🎊 NEW #orca calf reported in #endangered Southern Resident J pod -> https://t.co/TyYGcMZorP The @CWROrcas have yet to confirm the new calf and we eagerly await their official announcement. pic.twitter.com/DlDSIjrsRd— Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) (@WHALES_org) June 3, 2019\nNot only are people sharing their own pictures and videos, but they are also sending their best wishes to the baby and the entire J Pod.\nPlease swim strong, new #JPod baby!! pic.twitter.com/pEM8fswkcd— Chelsea Powrie (@chelseapowrie) June 1, 2019\nJ pod has a new baby so maybe life is worth living pic.twitter.com/lnDchQ1SAE— 🐝 bre (@stepandbukin) June 2, 2019\nAccording to Forde, the last time J Pod was spotted near Tofino was last June during its annual migration down the coast. We are so happy that they came by again and this time, with a new addition!\nThis article’s cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.