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1174-1226 - Tourists watching fin whales, Balaenoptera physalus, from a cruise ship, off the coast of South Georgia Island in the Falkland Islands, South Georgia Island, South Atlantic Ocean
990-173 - Tall dorsal fin of a Finback whale (Balaenoptera physalus) which is located far back along the dorsal ridge. This prominent feature is often used for identification. St. Lawrence estuary, Canada
990-171 - Tiny water droplets catch the last light of the setting sun as this Finback whale (Balaenoptera physalus) exhales blasting the air compressed in its huge lungs high into the air. St. Lawrence estuary, Canada
990-172 - Finback whale (Balaenoptera physalus) arching its back in order to dive showing its tall dorsal fin and patches of green algae that cover its back. St. Lawrence estuary, Canada
990-174 - The white tip of a Finback whaleÌs (Balaenoptera physalus) snout showing a distinctive characteristic of this species; the lower right jaw is white in colour whereas the left side is dark. Gasp», Canada
990-175 - Finback whale (Balaenoptera physalus) might be seen alone or in pairs but often form groups of more than a dozen animals in order to hunt fish. St. Lawrence estuary, Canada (RR)
1036-138 - Fin whale fluke print, or 'foot print', caused by the powerful up stroke of a whale's tail while it is still near the surface (Balaenoptera physalus) . Bay of Biscay, SW (RR)
917-357 - Blue Whale (Balaenoptera Musculus) breaching, extremely rare unusual image. Monterey, California, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: This Blue Whale was engaging in courting/fighting behaviour with another Blue Whale. Both animals were moving much faster than normal, chasing each other, & breaching repeatedly.
931-220 - Fin whale (balaenoptera physalus) Gulf of California.The blow of a fin whale is almost as tall as a blue whale blow and hard to distinguish at a distance, here the fin gives it away.