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California Sea Lion Feeding on Striped Marlin Carcass Photos
California Sea Lion Feeding on Striped Marlin Carcass
This was a catch and release fish that we happened upon. Makes you wonder how many released Marlin end up this way.
species: Zalophus californianus
photo-id: SEL-059 request pricing

Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess) Images
Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Freediver captures a surprise appearance by a Brydes on a Sardine baitball.
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-001 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-002 request pricing Google Earth

Brydes Whale with Sea Lion Pictures
Brydes Whale with Sea Lion
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-004 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Brydes Whale with Sea Lion
Brydes Whale with Sea Lion
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-005 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Brydes Whale with Sea Lion
Brydes Whale with Sea Lion
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-006 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-007 request pricing Google Earth

Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess) Stock Photography
Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Brydes Whales are a unique member of the rorqual family. They are bayleen feeders but rather than clouds of tiny Krill they feed exclusively on baitfish such as Anchovy Herring Sardine and Mackerel. They also prefer tropical inshore waters over the polar oceans.
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-008 request pricing Google Earth

Brydes Whale Fluke Photos
Brydes Whale Fluke
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-009 request pricing Google Earth

Brydes Whale with Sea Lion Images
Brydes Whale with Sea Lion
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-010 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Sizing up a Sardine baitball.
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-013 request pricing Google Earth

Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess) Pictures
Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Brydes Whale are smaller than other rorquals normally being less than 40 feet in length. They have a very broad short head with three longitudinal ridges running down the top of the head.
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-014 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Brydes Whale are smaller than other rorquals normally being less than 40 feet in length. They have a very broad short head with three longitudinal ridges running down the top of the head.
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-015 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Brydes Whale Calf
Brydes Whale Calf
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-016 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess)
Brydes Whales are a unique member of the rorqual family. They are bayleen feeders but rather than clouds of tiny Krill they feed exclusively on baitfish such as Anchovy Herring Sardine and Mackerel. They also prefer tropical inshore waters over the polar oceans.
species: Balaenoptera brydei
photo-id: WBD-018 request pricing Google Earth

Leopard Shark Stock Photography
Leopard Shark
Found inshore along sand and mud bottoms. Often just outside the surf line along sand beaches. Length to 7 feet. Found in depths to 300 feet.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-001 request pricing Google Earth

Leopard Shark Photos
Leopard Shark
The Leopard Shark is an extremely shy animal and a complete non threat to humans. They seem to have a reputation at the beach likely because of the more aggressive and unrelated Tiger Shark. Leopards are bottom feeders and often swim along the sand just outside the surf line having to dodge bathers feet all day during the summer. A chance to see these sharks from a kayak or while snorkeling should not be missed.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-002 request pricing Google Earth

Leopard Shark Images
Leopard Shark
Found inshore along sand and mud bottoms. Often just outside the surf line along sand beaches. Length to 7 feet. Found in depths to 300 feet.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-003 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Leopard Shark
Leopard Shark
Found inshore along sand and mud bottoms. Often just outside the surf line along sand beaches. Length to 7 feet. Found in depths to 300 feet.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-005 request pricing Google Earth

Leopard Shark Pictures
Leopard Shark
The Leopard Shark is an extremely shy animal and a complete non threat to humans. They seem to have a reputation at the beach likely because of the more aggressive and unrelated Tiger Shark. Leopards are bottom feeders and often swim along the sand just outside the surf line having to dodge bathers feet all day during the summer. A chance to see these sharks from a kayak or while snorkeling should not be missed.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-006 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Leopard Shark
Leopard Shark
Found inshore along sand and mud bottoms. Often just outside the surf line along sand beaches. Length to 7 feet. Found in depths to 300 feet.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-007 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Underwater
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Underwater
Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs or inshore along deep ocean canyons.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-070 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Pacific White-Sided Dolphin
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin
At seven to eight feet in length and three hundred pounds or more when mature White-Sided are a large dolphin species.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-071 request pricing Google Earth

Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Stock Photography
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin
Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs or inshore along deep ocean canyons.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-072 request pricing Google Earth

Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Underwater Photos
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Underwater
Prey on anchovies squid herring and salmon.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-073 request pricing Google Earth

Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Images
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin
Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs or inshore along deep ocean canyons.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-074 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Northern Elephant Seal
Northern Elephant Seal
Largest of all seals. The species was hunted nearly to extinction for its oil. By the late 1800s there were fewer than 20 known individuals remaining.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-047 request pricing Google Earth

Northern Elephant Seal With Cookiecutter Shark Bite Pictures
Northern Elephant Seal With Cookiecutter Shark Bite
This female elephant seal shows the characteristic round wound which is the result of a recent Cookiecutter Shark bite.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-048 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Northern Elephant Seal
Northern Elephant Seal
Face just above the surface keeping a close eye on our ponga.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-050 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Northern Elephant Seal
Northern Elephant Seal
Face just above the surface keeping a close eye on our ponga.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-051 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Fur seal lounging in the sun on the rocky shoreline of Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-010 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Stock Photography
Guadalupe Fur Seal
A group of young fur seals is surprisingly camouflaged in the rocks along the shoreline of Guadalupe Island. There are seven individuals in this frame.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-011 request pricing Google Earth

see also
| Blue Whale | California Sea Lion | Common Dolphin | Cookiecutter Shark | Dolphin | Fin Whale | Fur Seal | Gray Whale |
| Guadalupe Island | Harbor Seal | Humpback Whale | Marine Mammals | Northern Elephant Seal | Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin |
| Pacific White-Sided Dolphin | Sea Otter | Sharks Common to California | Threatened Species | Tuna Seiner | Whales |

species represented
Arctocephalus townsendi, Balaenoptera brydei, Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus, Mirounga angustirostris, Triakis semifasiata,
Zalophus californianus

keywords
Baleen, Bull, Cetacea, Cetacean, Cetaceans, Dolphins, Endangered Species, Fishes, Flukes, Fluking, Harem, Harems,
Inshore, Lions, Mammal, Open Ocean, Pelagic, Pinniped, Pinnipeds, Porpoise, Rookery, Seal, Sealion, Sealions, Seals,
Shark, Sharks, Silhouette, Silhouettes, Sounding, Underwater, White Sided, Wound, Wounds

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| Encyclopedia Britannica Leopard Shark | MarineBio Leopard Shark | Monterey Bay Aquarium |

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