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whales

  1. hannibalscannibal

    Minke and Fin Whales (out of Plymouth, MA)

    a few images from a whale watch out of Plymouth Harbor, on 5/6/23 the first 2 images are of a lone Minke Whale that we saw, the last 3 are of Fin Whales :-) the trip was taken with Captain John Boats, i highly recommend their whale watches if you find the time or are in the area
  2. Paul Collins

    Svalbard in June / July 2023

    Hi all, I am returning to Longyearbyen in Svalbard (Norwegian Arctic) in the first part of June for about 5-6 days, to coincide with: bird migration and courtship (phalaropes, divers, king eiders, little auks), whales, walruses, and arctic fox activity. I may also return in July, with a...
  3. Eubalaena australis

    Eubalaena australis

    A magical afternoon on the oceanic coast of Uruguay
  4. Humpback whales

    Humpback whales

    Humpback whales on pelagic off Moneterey
  5. Sperm Whale in the Strait of Gibraltar

    Sperm Whale in the Strait of Gibraltar

    A Sperm Whale (Physeter macrocephalus) dives in the Strait of Gibraltar to feed on giant squids. Seen from the Aroha Rahi in a spectacular day, thanks to the skilled sailing of Pepe!
  6. Humpback Whale

    Humpback Whale

    The whales have just started to return to Cape Cod Mass. This Humpback was spotted in the bay on June 5, 2013
  7. Leaping Whales 1

    Leaping Whales 1

    Humpback whale doing repeated lunges and breaches near our boat. Notice the eye is closed.
  8. Leaping Whales 2

    Leaping Whales 2

    A Southern Right Whale calf spy-hopping near shore. Its mother was just out of frame.
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