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1116-49035 - Whales breaching off the coast with a flock of seagulls flying around over the surface of the water. Whale watching tour with Prince Rupert Adventure tours, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada
1116-45266 - Aerial View Of Ma'alaea Harbor, Whale Watching Charter Boats, Maui Ocean Center Aquarium, Sugar Beach And Sugar Cane Fields In The Background, Maui, Hawaii, United States Of America
832-380172 - Whale watching and diving ship Turks & Caicos Explorer II, sunset, Silver Bank, Silver and Navidad Bank Sanctuary, Atlantic Ocean, Dominican Republic, Central America
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
857-90859 - 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
911-10812 - Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) feeding on Krill in Wilhelmena Bay, Antarctic Peninsular. With passengers from an expedition crusie in Zodiaks. The whales migrate here in the summer to feed on the Krill. Krill numbers have declined by over 50%. They feed on algae that grows on the underside of sea ice, As the sea ice melts, both algae and krill decline.
911-10810 - Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) feeding on Krill in Wilhelmena Bay, Antarctic Peninsular. The whales migrate here in the summer to feed on the Krill. Krill numbers have declined by over 50%. They feed on algae that grows on the underside of sea ice, As the sea ice melts, both algae and krill decline. An expedition cruise ship in the background
917-590 - Male transient killer whale (Biggs killer whale) (Orca) (Orcinus orca) surfacing in front of boat in the Pacific Ocean, Monterey, California, United States of America, North America
917-589 - Male, female and calf transient killer whale (Biggs killer whale) (Orca) (Orcinus orca) surfacing in front of boat in the Pacific Ocean, Monterey, California, United States of America, North America