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Rissos Dolphin - Tail Slap Photos
Rissos Dolphin - Tail Slap
Most often found in small groups Primarily eat squid also feed on a number of baitfish species.
species: Grampus griseus
photo-id: DOG-029 request pricing Google Earth

Pair of Common Dolphin Jumping Images
Pair of Common Dolphin Jumping
Abundant dolphin often found in large groups. Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs.
species: Delphinus delphis
photo-id: DOC-011 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Common Dolphin Jumping
Common Dolphin Jumping
Abundant dolphin often found in large groups. Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs.
species: Delphinus delphis
photo-id: DOC-013 request pricing Google Earth

Pod of Common Dolphin Jumping Pictures
Pod of Common Dolphin Jumping
They are considered a medium sized dolphin with individuals ranging to about seven feet in length.
species: Delphinus delphis
photo-id: DOC-015 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Common Dolphin
Common Dolphin
Abundant dolphin often found in large groups. Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs.
species: Delphinus delphis
photo-id: DOC-018 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
FLIP - Floating Instrument Platform. At 355 feet in length FLIP is a unique research platform designed to drift offshore in coastal waters. FLIP is towed floating horizontally to a research site. Then ballast tanks in the stern are flooded. As the stern sinks the bow flips to its vertical orientation. It can be left to drift with the wind and currents for long periods of time. FLIP is owned by the office of Naval Research and operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
photo-id: ORV-001 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of FLIP Ship
FLIP Ship
photo-id: ORV-002 request pricing Google Earth

FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel Stock Photography
FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
FLIP - Floating Instrument Platform. At 355 feet in length FLIP is a unique research platform designed to drift offshore in coastal waters. FLIP is towed floating horizontally to a research site. Then ballast tanks in the stern are flooded. As the stern sinks the bow flips to its vertical orientation. It can be left to drift with the wind and currents for long periods of time. FLIP is owned by the office of Naval Research and operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
photo-id: ORV-003 request pricing Google Earth

FLIP Ship Photos
FLIP Ship
FLIP - Floating Instrument Platform. At 355 feet in length FLIP is a unique research platform designed to drift offshore in coastal waters. FLIP is towed floating horizontally to a research site. Then ballast tanks in the stern are flooded. As the stern sinks the bow flips to its vertical orientation. It can be left to drift with the wind and currents for long periods of time. FLIP is owned by the office of Naval Research and operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
photo-id: ORV-004 request pricing Google Earth

FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel Images
FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
photo-id: ORV-005 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of FLIP Ship
FLIP Ship
FLIP - Floating Instrument Platform. At 355 feet in length the FLIP ship is a unique research platform designed to drift offshore in coastal waters. FLIP is towed floating horizontally to a research site. Then ballast tanks in the stern are flooded. As the stern sinks the bow flips to its vertical orientation. It can be left to drift with the wind and currents for long periods of time. FLIP is owned by the office of Naval Research and operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
photo-id: ORV-006 request pricing Google Earth

FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel Pictures
FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
photo-id: ORV-011 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Gray Whale Spout - Coronado Islands in Background
Gray Whale Spout - Coronado Islands in Background
Their fall migration covers over 6000 miles from Alaska along the west coasts of Canada the United States and Mexico. Their destination is the lagoons along the coast of southern Baja Mexico. Gray Whale calves are born each year in the warm shallow waters of the lagoons.
species: Eschrichtius robustus
photo-id: WGR-025 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Gray Whale Fluke
Gray Whale Fluke
Their fall migration covers over 6000 miles from Alaska along the west coasts of Canada the United States and Mexico. Their destination is the lagoons along the coast of southern Baja Mexico. Gray Whale calves are born each year in the warm shallow waters of the lagoons.
species: Eschrichtius robustus
photo-id: WGR-026 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Gray Whale
Gray Whale
Their fall migration covers over 6000 miles from Alaska along the west coasts of Canada the United States and Mexico. Their destination is the lagoons along the coast of southern Baja Mexico. Gray Whale calves are born each year in the warm shallow waters of the lagoons.
species: Eschrichtius robustus
photo-id: WGR-027 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale - Back & Blowhole Stock Photography
Gray Whale - Back & Blowhole
Early each year Gray Whales pass along the California coast on their annual migration to the lagoons of Baja California Mexico. They are mottled gray in color and can achive lengths of up to 45 feet. Although hunted nearly to extinction they have largely recovered due to the protection of the marine mammal protection act.
species: Eschrichtius robustus
photo-id: WGR-028 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale - Back Arching Prior to Dive Photos
Gray Whale - Back Arching Prior to Dive
Gray Whales feed mainly on crustaceans which they collect by turning on their side and scooping up mud and sand sediments from the sea floor.
species: Eschrichtius robustus
photo-id: WGR-029 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Fluke Images
Gray Whale Fluke
Early each year Gray Whales pass along the California coast on their annual migration to the lagoons of Baja California Mexico. They are mottled gray in color and can achive lengths of up to 45 feet. Although hunted nearly to extinction they have largely recovered due to the protection of the marine mammal protection act.
species: Eschrichtius robustus
photo-id: WGR-030 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Gray Whale Fluke
Gray Whale Fluke
Early each year Gray Whales pass along the California coast on their annual migration to the lagoons of Baja California Mexico. They are mottled gray in color and can achive lengths of up to 45 feet. Although hunted nearly to extinction they have largely recovered due to the protection of the marine mammal protection act.
species: Eschrichtius robustus
photo-id: WGR-031 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Fluke Pictures
Gray Whale Fluke
Gray Whales feed mainly on crustaceans which they collect by turning on their side and scooping up mud and sand sediments from the sea floor.
species: Eschrichtius robustus
photo-id: WGR-032 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Gray Whale Fluke
Gray Whale Fluke
Their fall migration covers over 6000 miles from Alaska along the west coasts of Canada the United States and Mexico. Their destination is the lagoons along the coast of southern Baja Mexico. Gray Whale calves are born each year in the warm shallow waters of the lagoons.
species: Eschrichtius robustus
photo-id: WGR-033 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Pacific White-Sided Dolphin
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin
Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs or inshore along deep ocean canyons.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-048 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Fin Whale with Shortfin Mako Shark
Fin Whale with Shortfin Mako Shark
When first spotted the Mako was trailing likely looking to pickoff injured baitfish while the Fin Whale was feeding.
species: Balaenoptera physalus
photo-id: WFN-016 request pricing Google Earth

Fin Whale Stock Photography
Fin Whale
The Fin Whale is brownish gray along the back and sides with whitish underside. They have a unique asymmetry to the coloration of their lower jaw with the left side being gray to black much like the rest of the animal but the right side is white.
species: Balaenoptera physalus
photo-id: WFN-018 request pricing Google Earth

Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping Photos
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs or inshore along deep ocean canyons.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-037 request pricing Google Earth

Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping Images
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs or inshore along deep ocean canyons.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-038 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Prey on anchovies squid herring and salmon.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-039 request pricing Google Earth

Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping Pictures
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs or inshore along deep ocean canyons.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-040 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Prey on anchovies squid herring and salmon.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-042 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs or inshore along deep ocean canyons.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-043 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Habitat is offshore waters along continental shelfs or inshore along deep ocean canyons.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-045 request pricing Google Earth

Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping Stock Photography
Pacific White-Sided Dolphin Jumping
Also sometimes called Lags due to their hard to pronounce scientific name of Lagenorhynchus.
species: Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus
photo-id: DOW-046 request pricing Google Earth

see also
| Blue Whale | Brydes Whale | Common Dolphin | Dolphin | Endangered Species | Fin Whale | Gray Whale | Humpback Whale |
| Krill | Marine Mammals | NOAA Wave Buoy | NOAA Weather Buoy | Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin | Pacific White-Sided Dolphin |
| Rissos Dolphin | Whales |

species represented
Balaenoptera physalus, Delphinus delphis, Eschrichtius robustus, Grampus griseus, Lagenorhynchus obliquidenus

keywords
Annual Migration, Baleen, Blowhole, Cetacea, Cetacean, Cetaceans, Dolphins, Endangered Species, Flukes, Global Warming,
Grey, Jumper, Jumpers, Lagoons, Leaping, Mammal, Marine Biology, Open Ocean, Pelagic, Porpoise, Ship, Ships, Tail,
Underwater, Vessels, White Sided

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| MarineBio Fin Whale |

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