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1116-51201 - Male Bluegill Triggerfish (Xanthichthys auromarginatus) with an erect spinous dorsal fin photographed under water off Maui, Hawaii, USA. He was circling above his prepared spawning area suggesting that this is a courtship display; Maui, Hawaii, United States of America
1116-42864 - An Orca Whale (Orcinus Orca), A Male Indicated By The Height Of Its Dorsal Fin, Surfaces In Lynn Canal On A Summer Evening, Inside Passage, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-39735 - The strings hanging off the dorsal fin of this Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) are parasitic copepods. Photographed just breaking the surface off Guadalupe Island, Mexico
911-10813 - Minke Whales(Balaenoptera acutorostrata) feeding in the Gerlache Strait separating the Palmer Archipelago from the Antarctic Peninsular off Anvers Island. The Antartic Peninsular is one of the fastest warming areas of the planet.
1112-1571 - A small pod of four or five killer whales (Orcinus orca) feeding amongst frigatebirds between Fernandina and Isabela Islands, Galapagos Islands, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ecuador, South America
1112-1572 - A small pod of four or five killer whales (Orcinus orca) feeding amongst frigatebirds between Fernandina and Isabela Islands, Galapagos Islands, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ecuador, South America
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
990-172 - 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
1116-31122 - Hawaii, This image captures the split second when this breaching humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is completely airbore. An incredible feat for this enormous leviathan.
999-3 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-4 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-1 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.