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911-10209 - The Christian, Christ Church Cathedral in Port Stanley, the capital of the Falkland Islands, the most southerly cathedral in the world, with a whale bone arch from Blue whale lower jaw bones.
911-10210 - The Christian, Christ Church Cathedral in Port Stanley, the capital of the Falkland Islands, the most southerly cathedral in the world, with a whale bone arch from Blue whale lower jaw bones.
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
1116-31053 - Hawaii, This galapagos shark (Carcharhinus galapagensis) can reach twelve feet in length and is listed as potentially dangerous. It has been attracted with bait and has broken the surface with a splash.
1036-217 - Upper and lower jaw bones (+ one rib) of a blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) at an old whaling station. BBC Broadcaster John Craven for scale. Snaefellsness Peninsular, Iceland.
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.
985-23 - Blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) lunge feeding at the surface. The whale is upside down to the visible part is the lower jaw upside down. Monterey Bay, California, USA
921-791 - Whalebone Alley grand vista, female tourist standing on cliff face, Itygran Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: Whale Bone Alley was discovered by Soviet archaeologists in 1976, but has remained untouched since and little is known of this place. There is a long double line of bowhead whale bones -- jaws and ribs -- running parallel along the shore for hundreds of yards. Many of the bones, especially the enormous jaw bones, are still standing, propped up by lichen-covered rocks. The location is thought to have been used in about 1300 as a ceremonial site, for a men's secret society or feasting site.
921-701 - Whalebone Alley, Bowhead whale bone, Itygran Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: Whale Bone Alley was discovered by Soviet archaeologists in 1976, but has remained untouched since and little is known of this place. There is a long double line of bowhead whale bones -- jaws and ribs -- running parallel along the shore for hundreds of yards. Many of the bones, especially the enormous jaw bones, are still standing, propped up by lichen-covered rocks. The location is thought to have been used in about 1300 as a ceremonial site, for a men's secret society or feasting site.
921-703 - Whalebone Alley, Bowhead whale bones, Itygran Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: Whale Bone Alley was discovered by Soviet archaeologists in 1976, but has remained untouched since and little is known of this place. There is a long double line of bowhead whale bones -- jaws and ribs -- running parallel along the shore for hundreds of yards. Many of the bones, especially the enormous jaw bones, are still standing, propped up by lichen-covered rocks. The location is thought to have been used in about 1300 as a ceremonial site, for a men's secret society or feasting site.
921-699 - Whalebone Alley grand vista, female tourist standing on cliff face, Itygran Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: Whale Bone Alley was discovered by Soviet archaeologists in 1976, but has remained untouched since and little is known of this place. There is a long double line of bowhead whale bones -- jaws and ribs -- running parallel along the shore for hundreds of yards. Many of the bones, especially the enormous jaw bones, are still standing, propped up by lichen-covered rocks. The location is thought to have been used in about 1300 as a ceremonial site, for a men's secret society or feasting site.
921-702 - Whalebone Alley, female tourist sitting on bowhead whale bone, Itygran Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: Whale Bone Alley was discovered by Soviet archaeologists in 1976, but has remained untouched since and little is known of this place. There is a long double line of bowhead whale bones -- jaws and ribs -- running parallel along the shore for hundreds of yards. Many of the bones, especially the enormous jaw bones, are still standing, propped up by lichen-covered rocks. The location is thought to have been used in about 1300 as a ceremonial site, for a men's secret society or feasting site.
921-700 - Whalebone Alley, female tourist standing around still intact extremly old inuit elder grave, skeleton still present. Itygran Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: Whale Bone Alley was discovered by Soviet archaeologists in 1976, but has remained untouched since and little is known of this place. There is a long double line of bowhead whale bones -- jaws and ribs -- running parallel along the shore for hundreds of yards. Many of the bones, especially the enormous jaw bones, are still standing, propped up by lichen-covered rocks. The location is thought to have been used in about 1300 as a ceremonial site, for a men's secret society or feasting site.
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.
921-704 - Whalebone Alley, female tourist standing between bow head whale rib bones, Itygran Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: Whale Bone Alley was discovered by Soviet archaeologists in 1976, but has remained untouched since and little is known of this place. There is a long double line of bowhead whale bones -- jaws and ribs -- running parallel along the shore for hundreds of yards. Many of the bones, especially the enormous jaw bones, are still standing, propped up by lichen-covered rocks. The location is thought to have been used in about 1300 as a ceremonial site, for a men's secret society or feasting site.
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.
921-810 - Whalebone Alley grand vista, high altitude flora, Itygran Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: Whale Bone Alley was discovered by Soviet archaeologists in 1976, but has remained untouched since and little is known of this place. There is a long double line of bowhead whale bones -- jaws and ribs -- running parallel along the shore for hundreds of yards. Many of the bones, especially the enormous jaw bones, are still standing, propped up by lichen-covered rocks. The location is thought to have been used in about 1300 as a ceremonial site, for a men's secret society or feasting site.
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.
979-467 - Adult Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) surface side lunge feeding (notice pink roof of mouth and baleen plates hanging from upper jaw), Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean.
979-816 - Adult fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) sub-surface feeding (head detail - note the white lower jaw) in the rich waters off the continental shelf, Bear Island, Barents Sea, Norway