1116-47582 - Close-up of the head of a Holstein cow standing at a barb wire fence making a funny face, with identification tags in it's ears on a robotic dairy farm, North of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
832-333961 - Three dimensional depiction of a computer graphic for the identification of parts of a solution of a homeopathic remedy, quality assurance in a company producing natural cosmetics, Arlesheim, Switzerland, Europe
869-826 - humpback whale tail fin or fluke of diving whale above sea surface water running off fluke in front of mountains at sunset cetacean cetaceans identification profile fluke margin margins one animal only horizontal format
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
1116-31066 - Micronesia, Yap, The Rainbow Runner is found in large schools which travel in the first 100 feet of the water column. This species is reported to reach six feet in length, but is most common under three feet.
930-35 - A group of resident bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) travel through the Moray Firth, Scotland. Natural nick marks can be seen on one dorsal fin, these marks are used for photographic identification by marine biologists.
988-23 - Minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata). Damage to dorsal fins is often used for photo-identification purposes but even simply the shape of a 'clean' fin such as this may be identifiable. Hebrides, Scotland