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857-91071 - Oct 29, 2008 Hoh National Forest, Forks, Washington Early morning flyfishing for steelhead on the Hoh River with Emerald Water Anglers guide Shannon Carroll among the old growth that still exists within the Park. The Hoh river is a pristine glacial Olympic river and is one of the best salmon fisheries on the west coast of the United States, with runs of Steelhead, coho, chinook, and pink salmon. Note: Emerald Water Anglers, as a conservation policy, only fish steelhead in the Olympic rivers, United States of America
857-91069 - Oct 29, 2008 Hoh National Forest, Forks, Washington Early morning flyfishing for steelhead on the Hoh River with Emerald Water Anglers guide Shannon Carroll among the old growth that still exists within the Park. The Hoh river is a pristine glacial Olympic river and is one of the best salmon fisheries on the west coast of the United States, with runs of Steelhead, coho, chinook, and pink salmon. Note: Emerald Water Anglers, as a conservation policy, only fish steelhead in the Olympic rivers, United States of America
832-370425 - Battle order of a Roman legion, showcase with figures, Varus Battle or Battle of the Teutoburg Forest, Kalkriese Museum and Park, Osnabruecker Land region, Lower Saxony, Germany, Europe
809-5426 - Arrival of the new bell chime, baptised Marie, the biggest bell weighing six tons and playing a G sharp note (sol diese), on 850th anniversary of Notre Dame de Paris, Paris, France, Europe
809-5427 - Arrival of the new bell chime, baptised Marie, the biggest bell weighing six tons and playing a G sharp note (sol diese), on 850th anniversary of Notre Dame de Paris, Paris, France, Europe
990-128 - Curious Beluga whale (Delphinapterus leucas) surfaces near the boat, its flippers widely spread in order to keep its balance. Note the distinctive lips and the open eye. St. Lawrence estuary, Canada Sequence 2/2.
990-170 - The distinctive colouration pattern of a Minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata). Note that the typical white flipper band extends on to the lower side of the pectoral fin. St. Lawrence estuary, Canada (RR)
990-162 - A friendly Minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) has rolled onto its right side to take a better look at the excited people on the boat. Note that the left eye is open. St. Lawrence estuary, Canada
990-140 - Minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) surfacing in the green coloured water. Although exposed, she still has both blowholes tightly closed. Note the pronounced ridge on the rostrum, a main feature of rorqual whales. St. Lawrence estuary, Canada Sequence 1/2.