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Strips Of Salmon With Tail Fins Attached, Hanging In A Drying Shed, Noatak, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-43455 - Strips Of Salmon With Tail Fins Attached, Hanging In A Drying Shed, Noatak, Alaska, United States Of America
Palm Tree With Cctv Camera Attached To It On Beach, Republic Of Mauritius
1116-43182 - Palm Tree With Cctv Camera Attached To It On Beach, Republic Of Mauritius
Oil Booms Attached to a Barge, Seattle, Washington, United States of America
1174-5492 - Oil Booms Attached to a Barge, Seattle, Washington, United States of America
Taking the oysters out of the water helps them grow bigger and faster. On the picture Basile Compan and his father Guy are taking off the water strings with attached oysters. Marseillan, Herault, France
857-96070 - Taking the oysters out of the water helps them grow bigger and faster. On the picture Basile Compan and his father Guy are taking off the water strings with attached oysters. Marseillan, Herault, France
Currency attached to a weathered wooden crate at drepung monastery, Lhasa xizang china
1116-41881 - Currency attached to a weathered wooden crate at drepung monastery, Lhasa xizang china
Adult bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) with remora attached in Roroia, Tuamotus, French Polynesia, South Pacific, Pacific
1112-3933 - Adult bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) with remora attached in Roroia, Tuamotus, French Polynesia, South Pacific, Pacific
Adult bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) with remoras attached in Roroia, Tuamotus, French Polynesia, South Pacific, Pacific
1112-3935 - Adult bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) with remoras attached in Roroia, Tuamotus, French Polynesia, South Pacific, Pacific
Adult bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus), with remora attached in Roroia, Tuamotus, French Polynesia, South Pacific, Pacific
1112-3932 - Adult bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus), with remora attached in Roroia, Tuamotus, French Polynesia, South Pacific, Pacific
Close up shot of talon getting attached to cock before cockfight, Vinales, Pinar del Rio Province, Cuba
857-95500 - Close up shot of talon getting attached to cock before cockfight, Vinales, Pinar del Rio Province, Cuba
Detail of the center branching arms of a Crinoid or Feather Star (Lamprometra klunzingeri) open and feeding on plankton at night, Philippines
1116-39728 - Detail of the center branching arms of a Crinoid or Feather Star (Lamprometra klunzingeri) open and feeding on plankton at night, Philippines
Both a Crinoid Commensal Shrimp (Periclimenes cornutus) and a Crinoid Squat Lobster (Allogalathea elegans) on a crinoid. These tiny crustaceans are commensal on crinoids or feather stars and take their color from the host, Philippines
1116-39729 - Both a Crinoid Commensal Shrimp (Periclimenes cornutus) and a Crinoid Squat Lobster (Allogalathea elegans) on a crinoid. These tiny crustaceans are commensal on crinoids or feather stars and take their color from the host, Philippines
A Slender Spongegoby (Phyllogobius platycephalops) and two different species of crabs. Attached to the goby are several parasites with egg cases, that will likely prove fatal over time. Many species live on the convuluted surface of this sponge, Philippin
1116-39719 - A Slender Spongegoby (Phyllogobius platycephalops) and two different species of crabs. Attached to the goby are several parasites with egg cases, that will likely prove fatal over time. Many species live on the convuluted surface of this sponge, Philippin
Divers observe marine life attached to the remnants of the hull of a shipwreck dive site.
1174-4679 - Divers observe marine life attached to the remnants of the hull of a shipwreck dive site.
Water taxis floating above turtlegrass, while attached to piers, West End, Roatan, Honduras
857-95004 - Water taxis floating above turtlegrass, while attached to piers, West End, Roatan, Honduras
Adult golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos), talons attached to prey during a snow blizzard and sub zero winter temperatures, Taiga Forest, Finland, Scandinavia, Europe
1219-158 - Adult golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos), talons attached to prey during a snow blizzard and sub zero winter temperatures, Taiga Forest, Finland, Scandinavia, Europe
728-6400 - Jardin de Tuileries, Paris, France, Europe
Hooks being attached to a devotee's back, Thaipusam Hindu Tamil festival celebrated in Little India, Singapore, Southeast Asia, Asia
1188-685 - Hooks being attached to a devotee's back, Thaipusam Hindu Tamil festival celebrated in Little India, Singapore, Southeast Asia, Asia
Raptor in flight wearing ties, Burgos Spain
860-284400 - Raptor in flight wearing ties, Burgos Spain
Leaf trapped in barbed wire, Catawba County, North Carolina
1178-16123 - Leaf trapped in barbed wire, Catawba County, North Carolina
Leaf trapped in barbed wire, Catawba County, North Carolina
1178-16124 - Leaf trapped in barbed wire, Catawba County, North Carolina
Cleat with rope, Charleston Marina, Oregon
1178-9735 - Cleat with rope, Charleston Marina, Oregon
Cleat with rope
1178-9696 - Cleat with rope
Interior of The Shoppes, a shopping mall attached to the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore.
829-2189 - Interior of The Shoppes, a shopping mall attached to the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore.
Solar panels attached to a cliff above the Refuge Bertone, which provied electricity to this off grid mountain hut.
911-10132 - Solar panels attached to a cliff above the Refuge Bertone, which provied electricity to this off grid mountain hut.
Solar panels attached to a cliff above the Refuge Bertone, which provied electricity to this off grid mountain hut.
911-10131 - Solar panels attached to a cliff above the Refuge Bertone, which provied electricity to this off grid mountain hut.
American flag attached to truck, Hill City, South Dakota
1178-1845 - American flag attached to truck, Hill City, South Dakota
Low angle view of balloons with messages in mid-air against sky
1177-1224 - Low angle view of balloons with messages in mid-air against sky
Adult common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) breaching with attached remora. Sea of Cortez, Baja California, Pacific Ocean.
933-92 - Adult common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) breaching with attached remora. Sea of Cortez, Baja California, Pacific Ocean.
Animals, Rodents, Squirrel, Common Grey Squirrel trying to get peanuts out of a secure bird feeder attached to a bird table.
797-11572 - Animals, Rodents, Squirrel, Common Grey Squirrel trying to get peanuts out of a secure bird feeder attached to a bird table.
Germany, Berlin, Mitte, Young couples attached initialled padlocks to the Freidrichstrasse bridge ove rthe river Spree.
797-12313 - Germany, Berlin, Mitte, Young couples attached initialled padlocks to the Freidrichstrasse bridge ove rthe river Spree.
Love padlocks chainlink fence against beach
1177-531 - Love padlocks chainlink fence against beach
Large group of love padlocks on railing against lake
1177-528 - Large group of love padlocks on railing against lake
Common mussels (Mytilus edulis) attached to rocks exposed at low tide, Rhossili, The Gower Peninsula, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe
989-345 - Common mussels (Mytilus edulis) attached to rocks exposed at low tide, Rhossili, The Gower Peninsula, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe
Common limpets (Patella vulgata) and acorn barnacles (Balanus perforatus) attached to rocks exposed at low tide, Dorset, England, United Kingdom, Europe
989-344 - Common limpets (Patella vulgata) and acorn barnacles (Balanus perforatus) attached to rocks exposed at low tide, Dorset, England, United Kingdom, Europe
Dog whelks (Nucella lapillus) and clusters of their eggs attached to a rock exposed at low tide, The Gower Peninsula, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe
989-342 - Dog whelks (Nucella lapillus) and clusters of their eggs attached to a rock exposed at low tide, The Gower Peninsula, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe
Polish flag attached to a baby carriage
832-346865 - Polish flag attached to a baby carriage
Marina Duesternbrook, Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
832-326888 - Marina Duesternbrook, Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Trinacria, symbol of Sicily, Taormina, Sicily, Italy
817-451742 - Trinacria, symbol of Sicily, Taormina, Sicily, Italy
A forged historical road lamp is attached to the front of an old house
832-362378 - A forged historical road lamp is attached to the front of an old house
Moss and lichens on tree, North Island, New Zealand
1161-357 - Moss and lichens on tree, North Island, New Zealand
Moss and lichens on tree, North Island, New Zealand
1161-359 - Moss and lichens on tree, North Island, New Zealand
Tourist photographing moss and lichens on tree, North Island, New Zealand
1161-355 - Tourist photographing moss and lichens on tree, North Island, New Zealand
Ranks of Gurkha soldiers standing in lines with their traditional Kukri knives attached to scabbards on their belts and their rifles at their sides, Hong Kong
1161-875 - Ranks of Gurkha soldiers standing in lines with their traditional Kukri knives attached to scabbards on their belts and their rifles at their sides, Hong Kong
Moss and lichens on tree, North Island, New Zealand
1161-358 - Moss and lichens on tree, North Island, New Zealand
rowboats covered in snow, Finland.
817-447693 - rowboats covered in snow, Finland.
Tibetan prayer flags, Kathmandu, Nepal
817-442502 - Tibetan prayer flags, Kathmandu, Nepal
Campervan with a car attached to the back, parked on a campsite, Devils Marbles, Northern Territory, Australia
832-114429 - Campervan with a car attached to the back, parked on a campsite, Devils Marbles, Northern Territory, Australia
House attached to a watchtower, Sighisoara, Sighisoara, Romania, Europe
832-109610 - House attached to a watchtower, Sighisoara, Sighisoara, Romania, Europe
Locks left by romancing couples attached to bridge in accordance with local custom in Tampere, Finland
817-408823 - Locks left by romancing couples attached to bridge in accordance with local custom in Tampere, Finland
Australia, Venomous Blue Ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena maculosa) attached to sea sponge.
1116-32028 - Australia, Venomous Blue Ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena maculosa) attached to sea sponge.
Hawaii, Acorn barnacles (Coronula diaderma) and goose neck barnacles (Conchorderma auritum) attached to a Humpback whale tail (Megaptera novaeangliae).
1116-31114 - Hawaii, Acorn barnacles (Coronula diaderma) and goose neck barnacles (Conchorderma auritum) attached to a Humpback whale tail (Megaptera novaeangliae).
The Michael Lee-Chin Crystal Building Attached to the Old Structure at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario
1116-22409 - The Michael Lee-Chin Crystal Building Attached to the Old Structure at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario
Dietz, Rheiland-Pfalz, Germany; Houses Along The River Lahn
1116-7182 - Dietz, Rheiland-Pfalz, Germany; Houses Along The River Lahn
Colourful Buildings, Gmunden, Salzkammergut, Austria
1116-6872 - Colourful Buildings, Gmunden, Salzkammergut, Austria
Rope with marine knot attached to a carabiner.
817-402505 - Rope with marine knot attached to a carabiner.
A prayer flag attached to a ice pinnacle at Everest Base Camp
857-49503 - A prayer flag attached to a ice pinnacle at Everest Base Camp
Burkina malnourished child attached nutrition center in ouagadougou
1194-1273 - Burkina malnourished child attached nutrition center in ouagadougou
Vietnam child receiving acupuncture treatment at hospital in hanoi
1194-660 - Vietnam child receiving acupuncture treatment at hospital in hanoi
Vultures, drigung. bodies what we most attached to, says of monks. Thats offering ones body carries greatest merit. believe that should benefit other beings at every stage of ones life. After completion of powa ceremony, corpse is traditionally offered to great vultures lammergeiers that frequent charnel grounds. Vultures descend on flayed corpse. Offering bodies to birds is same as reciting mantras. It brings merit benefit to dead person as well as to family friends bring here. While cutting up corpse i to keep a pure compassionate mind. would feel if someone felt cutting up your body. -tomdenla. Tibet
1196-182 - Vultures, drigung. bodies what we most attached to, says of monks. Thats offering ones body carries greatest merit. believe that should benefit other beings at every stage of ones life. After completion of powa ceremony, corpse is traditionally offered to great vultures lammergeiers that frequent charnel grounds. Vultures descend on flayed corpse. Offering bodies to birds is same as reciting mantras. It brings merit benefit to dead person as well as to family friends bring here. While cutting up corpse i to keep a pure compassionate mind. would feel if someone felt cutting up your body. -tomdenla. Tibet
Burkina malnourished child attached nutrition center in ouagadougou
1194-1275 - Burkina malnourished child attached nutrition center in ouagadougou
Pershore Abbey, one of the largest abbeys in the UK was destroyed in the reformation, but the attached church survived. Pershore, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe
911-8459 - Pershore Abbey, one of the largest abbeys in the UK was destroyed in the reformation, but the attached church survived. Pershore, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe
Pershore Abbey, one of the largest abbeys in the UK was destroyed in the reformation, but the attached church survived. Pershore, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe
911-8458 - Pershore Abbey, one of the largest abbeys in the UK was destroyed in the reformation, but the attached church survived. Pershore, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe
Ocean sunfish (Mola mola), showing parasites attached to skin.
Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK   (RR)
951-22 - Ocean sunfish (Mola mola), showing parasites attached to skin. Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK (RR)
Satellite Tag attached to Giant Manta Ray, Ecuador. The lines to the left indicate recent fishing damage. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
978-428 - Satellite Tag attached to Giant Manta Ray, Ecuador. The lines to the left indicate recent fishing damage. Pacific Ocean, Ecuador
humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, with parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-316 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, with parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, with parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-315 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, with parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, with parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, on migratory route, Pacific Ocean
983-121 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, with parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, on migratory route, Pacific Ocean
Bottlenose dolphin and Finless porpoise washed up dead on a beach. Netting from fishing gear that killed them was still attached to their tails. Arabian Gulf, UAE
1036-228 - Bottlenose dolphin and Finless porpoise washed up dead on a beach. Netting from fishing gear that killed them was still attached to their tails. Arabian Gulf, UAE
humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, with parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, on migratory route, Pacific Ocean
983-120 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, with parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, on migratory route, Pacific Ocean
California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) satellite tracking tag attached to his neck. National marine sanctuary, Monterey bay, California Pacific ocean, USA.
936-160 - California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) satellite tracking tag attached to his neck. National marine sanctuary, Monterey bay, California Pacific ocean, USA.
humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, spyhopping, large adult female showing well-developed parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-89 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, spyhopping, large adult female showing well-developed parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, spinning with small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
917-158 - Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, spinning with small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, spinning with small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
917-268 - Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, spinning with small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, spinning with small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
917-159 - Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, spinning with small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
Blue whale (balaenoptera musculus) A blue whale tail and attached barnacles.The Gulf of California.
931-316 - Blue whale (balaenoptera musculus) A blue whale tail and attached barnacles.The Gulf of California.
Bottlenose dolphins (Tursips truncatus) Gulf of California.A good view of remora attached to a bottlenose dolphin.
931-210 - Bottlenose dolphins (Tursips truncatus) Gulf of California.A good view of remora attached to a bottlenose dolphin.
Pantropical Spotted Dolphin, Stenella attenuata, breaching with small Remora attached, Island of Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean.
917-265 - Pantropical Spotted Dolphin, Stenella attenuata, breaching with small Remora attached, Island of Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean.
Common Bottlenose Dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, breaching with two large Remora's attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
917-193 - Common Bottlenose Dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, breaching with two large Remora's attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
Blue whale (balaenoptera musculus) Remora attached to a blue whale.The Gulf of California.
931-314 - Blue whale (balaenoptera musculus) Remora attached to a blue whale.The Gulf of California.
Fin whale (balaenoptera physalus) The head of a fin whale and barnacles attached.Gulf of California.
931-332 - Fin whale (balaenoptera physalus) The head of a fin whale and barnacles attached.Gulf of California.
Pantropical Spotted Dolphin, Stenella attenuata, breaching with small Remora attached, Island of Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean.
917-264 - Pantropical Spotted Dolphin, Stenella attenuata, breaching with small Remora attached, Island of Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean.
Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, spinning with very small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
917-161 - Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, spinning with very small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, breaching with small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
917-182 - Central American Spinner Dolphin, Stenella longirostris centroamericana, breaching with small Remora attached, Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean.
Blue Eagle, American Tractor with trailer attached.  Parked up in a layby next to a forest.  Sunny in the Alaskan Interior. The Interior, Alaska, USA
975-74 - Blue Eagle, American Tractor with trailer attached. Parked up in a layby next to a forest. Sunny in the Alaskan Interior. The Interior, Alaska, USA
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
979-8451 - Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
979-8439 - Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
979-8452 - Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
979-8454 - Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
979-8446 - Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
Where the desert meets the sea at Isla Santa Catalina in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO A unique half above and half below the water look at this oceanic island (it has never been attached to either the mainland of Mexico, or the Baja peninsula).
979-8376 - Where the desert meets the sea at Isla Santa Catalina in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO A unique half above and half below the water look at this oceanic island (it has never been attached to either the mainland of Mexico, or the Baja peninsula).
Where the desert meets the sea; a snorkeler at Isla Santa Catalina in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO A unique half above and half below the water look at this oceanic island (it has never been attached to either the mainland of Mexico, or the Baja peninsula). Model release #CT0410.
979-8377 - Where the desert meets the sea; a snorkeler at Isla Santa Catalina in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Baja California Sur, Mexico. MORE INFO A unique half above and half below the water look at this oceanic island (it has never been attached to either the mainland of Mexico, or the Baja peninsula). Model release #CT0410.
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
979-8445 - Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
Adult Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) head-slapping (possibly to remove the remora attached to its chest?) in the AuAu Channel between Maui and Lanai, Hawaii, USA. Pacific Ocean.
979-61 - Adult Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) head-slapping (possibly to remove the remora attached to its chest?) in the AuAu Channel between Maui and Lanai, Hawaii, USA. Pacific Ocean.
Female Hawaiian spinner dolphin spinning 
to remove remora attached below dorsal fin?
979-51 - Female Hawaiian spinner dolphin spinning to remove remora attached below dorsal fin?
Juvenile Whiting (Merlangius merlangius), showing parasite attached to body and swimming with Lions mane Jellyfish, St Abbs, Scotland, UK
970-352 - Juvenile Whiting (Merlangius merlangius), showing parasite attached to body and swimming with Lions mane Jellyfish, St Abbs, Scotland, UK
Adult Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) head-slapping (possibly to remove the remora attached to its chest?) in the AuAu Channel between Maui and Lanai, Hawaii, USA. Pacific Ocean.
(Resolution Restricted - pls contact us)
979-60 - Adult Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) head-slapping (possibly to remove the remora attached to its chest?) in the AuAu Channel between Maui and Lanai, Hawaii, USA. Pacific Ocean. (Resolution Restricted - pls contact us)
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
979-8448 - Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
979-8450 - Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
Juvenile Whiting (Merlangius merlangius), showing parasite attached to body and swimming with Lions mane Jellyfish, St Abbs, Scotland, UK
970-353 - Juvenile Whiting (Merlangius merlangius), showing parasite attached to body and swimming with Lions mane Jellyfish, St Abbs, Scotland, UK
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.
979-8441 - Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin (Stenella longirostris) spinning, possibly to dislodge attached remoras, off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO Spinner Dolphins occur in pelagic tropical waters in all the world's major oceans. Although they mainly live in the open ocean, they are sometimes found near the shores of tropical island chains such as in the waters off Hawaii. The total population is unknown, but was certainly dramatically reduced by fishing activity in the eastern Pacific. This species is still regarded as endangered in the eastern Pacific.