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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.
999-2 - 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.
999-5 - 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.
917-402 - Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) lunge-feeding on Krill. Monterey, California, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: Baleen Plates are visible on the top jaw & Krill can be seen escaping from the animals mouths.
917-414 - Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) lunge-feeding on Krill. Monterey, California, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: Baleen Plates are visible on the top jaw & Krill can be seen escaping from the animals mouth.
917-420 - Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) lunge-feeding on Krill. Monterey, California, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: Baleen Plates are visible on the top jaw & Krill can be seen escaping from the animals mouth.
917-419 - Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) lunge-feeding on Krill. Monterey, California, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: Baleen Plates are visible on the top jaw & Krill can be seen escaping from the animals mouth.
917-346 - Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) lunge-feeding on Krill. Monterey, California, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: Baleen Plates are visible on the top jaw & Krill can be seen escaping from the whales mouth.
917-401 - Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) lunge-feeding on Krill. Monterey, California, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: Baleen Plates are visible on the top jaw & Krill can be seen escaping from the animals mouths.
917-421 - Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) 2 adult animals lunge-feeding on Krill. Monterey, California, Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: Baleen Plates are visible on the top jaw & Krill can be seen escaping from inside the animals mouths.
975-41 - An IDP camp (internally displaced people) in Te-Tugu district of Northern Uganda has been created to accommodate the mass of Ugandan refugees fleeing the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) who are fighting the Ugandan government and its people. With population sizes equivalent to small towns, this camp has a real community spirit. Te-Tugu, Uganda, East Africa
975-40 - One of the more substantial dwellings in Te-Tugu IDP camp, made from bricks and even has a veranda. An IDP camp (internally displaced people) in Te-Tugu district of Northern Uganda has been created to accommodate the mass of Ugandan refugees fleeing the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) who are fighting the Ugandan government and its people. Te-Tugu, Uganda, East Africa
975-44 - An IDP camp (internally displaced people) in Amuru district of Northern Uganda has been created to accommodate the mass of Ugandan refugees fleeing the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) who are fighting the Ugandan government and its people. An inquisitive teenage boy is holding an exercise book. Amuru, Uganda, East Africa
975-46 - Inside a typical mud hut, commonly found in Gulu Town, Northwest Uganda. Family are without father who is out working during the day. Gulu Town, Uganda, East Africa
975-128 - An IDP camp (internally displaced people) in Te-Tugu district of Northern Uganda has been created to accommodate the mass of Ugandan refugees fleeing the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) who are fighting the Ugandan government and its people. Te-Tugu, Uganda, East Africa
975-59 - An IDP camp (internally displaced people) in Amuru district of Northern Uganda has been created to accommodate the mass of Ugandan refugees fleeing the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) who are fighting the Ugandan government and its people. With little to do for the children, foreign visitors are a welcome distraction and they are really happy to see you. Amuru, Uganda, East Africa
975-48 - An IDP camp (internally displaced people) in Te-Tugu district of Northern Uganda has been created to accommodate the mass of Ugandan refugees fleeing the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) who are fighting the Ugandan government and its people. Children are plentiful in these camps and are far safer here than neighbouring villages. Te-Tugu, Uganda, East Africa
975-47 - Proud mother shows off her children for a photo opportunity, on the road near their home. They are without dad who will be out working. Gulu Town, Uganda. Gulu Town, Uganda, East Africa
975-34 - An IDP camp (internally displaced people) in Te-Tugu district of Northern Uganda has been created to accommodate the mass of Ugandan refugees fleeing the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) who are fighting the Ugandan government and its people. With all attempts to be self-sufficient in these camps, the women have to work the land as well as look after dependants. Te-Tugu, Uganda, East Africa
975-60 - An IDP camp (internally displaced people) in Amuru district of Northern Uganda has been created to accommodate the mass of Ugandan refugees fleeing the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) who are fighting the Ugandan government and its people. Here you can see some of the many children, lined up by their school building. Amuru, Uganda, East Africa
817-121436 - Sharptail eel Myrichthys breviceps hunting on coral rubble, followed by a Spanish hogfish Bodanius rufus, Schoolmaster Lutjanus apodus and a Bar jack Caranx ruber who are hoping to catch escaping prey Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles, Caribbean, Atlant
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