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860-287090 - Gray Whale (Eschrichtius robustus), tail with trademarks that are distinctive signs of each whale, Magdalena Bay (Madelaine Bay), Puerto San Carlos, Baja California Sur, Mexico
860-287096 - Gray Whale (Eschrichtius robustus), adult, mouth open behind the boat, Ojo de Liebre Lagoon (formerly known as Scammon's Lagoon), Guerrero Negro, Baja California Sur, Mexico
860-287095 - Gray Whale (Eschrichtius robustus), adult, mouth open behind the boat, Ojo de Liebre Lagoon (formerly known as Scammon's Lagoon), Guerrero Negro, Baja California Sur, Mexico
857-90884 - A human hand reaches out towards a newborn gray whale calf (Eschrichtius robustus) swimming near the surface with its mother in Laguna San Ignacio, on the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site and part of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, it is the last undeveloped gray whale birthing lagoon on the planet, Mexico
857-90886 - A newborn gray whale calf (Eschrichtius robustus) surfaces in Laguna San Ignacio, on the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site and part of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, it is the last undeveloped gray whale birthing lagoon on the planet, Mexico
857-90860 - A gray whale swims near tourists in Ojo de Liebre Lagoon near the town of Guerrero Negro in Mexico's southern Baja California state, February 18, 2009. The Gray Whale emigrate every year from the North American Pacific Coast from arctic seas to the lagoons of Baja California, Mexico for mating and calving. The whales make one of the longest of all mammalian migrations, averaging 10,000-14,000 miles, Mexico
857-90888 - Tourists explore the natural salt flats on the shores of Laguna San Ignacio, Baja California Sur, Mexico. In 2000, thanks to national and international pressure, the Mexican government cancelled a joint venture with Mitsubishi subsidiary ESSA (Exportadora de Sal, S.A) to establish the largest industrial salt evaporation facility in the world. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site and part of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, the lagoon is the last undeveloped gray whale birthing area on the planet, Mexico
857-90859 - A gray whale swims near tourists in a boat in Ojo de Liebre Lagoon near the town of Guerrero Negro in Mexico's southern Baja California state, February 18, 2009. The Gray Whale emigrate every year from the North American Pacific Coast from arctic seas to the lagoons of Baja California, Mexico for mating and calving. The whales make one of the longest of all mammalian migrations, averaging 10,000-14,000 miles, Mexico
983-641 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, head breaching calf with smooth, light gray color characteristic of a newborn, approximately 12 feet in length and weighing upwards of two tons, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean