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Loggerhead Turtle Underwater Photos
Loggerhead Turtle Underwater
Named for its large head. A large turtle adults can weigh up to 250 pounds with a length of over 3 feet. Listed in 1978 as a threatened species.
species: Caretta caretta
photo-id: TUR-006 request pricing Google Earth

Breaking Waves Images
Breaking Waves
photo-id: WAV-017 request pricing

Stock photography of Breaking Waves
Breaking Waves
photo-id: WAV-018 request pricing

Breaking Waves and wash rocks Pictures
Breaking Waves and wash rocks
photo-id: WAV-019 request pricing

Stock photos of Blue Whale Fluke
Blue Whale Fluke
Blue Whales existed in large numbers until the early twentieth century. In a period of less than 40 years they were hunted nearly to extinction. As of 2002 there were 5 to 10 thousand worldwide and their numbers appear to be increasing.
species: Balaenoptera musculus
photo-id: WBL-004 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Blue Whale Spout
Blue Whale Spout
The spout is large often extending 20 feet or more into the air.
species: Balaenoptera musculus
photo-id: WBL-005 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Blue Whale on the Surface
Blue Whale on the Surface
Baleen whale. Believed to be the largest animal to have ever lived. The Blue Whale can reach lengths of over 90 feet and attain weights of 150 tons or more. They feed almost exclusively on huge amounts of tiny shrimp like crustaceans called krill.
species: Balaenoptera musculus
photo-id: WBL-007 request pricing Google Earth

Blue Whale on the Surface Stock Photography
Blue Whale on the Surface
Mother and calf
species: Balaenoptera musculus
photo-id: WBL-008 request pricing Google Earth

Blue Whale Fluke Photos
Blue Whale Fluke
Baleen whale. Believed to be the largest animal to have ever lived. The Blue Whale can reach lengths of over 90 feet and attain weights of 150 tons or more. They feed almost exclusively on huge amounts of tiny shrimp like crustaceans called krill.
species: Balaenoptera musculus
photo-id: WBL-010 request pricing Google Earth

Wolf Eel Images
Wolf Eel
Posses large canine and molar teeth used for crushing their prey such as urchins crabs and lobster. Length to 6 feet or more.
species: Anarrhichthys ocellatus
photo-id: WEE-001 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Wolf Eel
Wolf Eel
Posses large canine and molar teeth used for crushing their prey such as urchins crabs and lobster. Length to 6 feet or more.
species: Anarrhichthys ocellatus
photo-id: WEE-002 request pricing Google Earth

Wolf Eel Pictures
Wolf Eel
Posses large canine and molar teeth used for crushing their prey such as urchins crabs and lobster. Length to 6 feet or more.
species: Anarrhichthys ocellatus
photo-id: WEE-003 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Wolf Eel
Wolf Eel
Posses large canine and molar teeth used for crushing their prey such as urchins crabs and lobster. Length to 6 feet or more.
species: Anarrhichthys ocellatus
photo-id: WEE-004 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Wolf Eel
Wolf Eel
Posses large canine and molar teeth used for crushing their prey such as urchins crabs and lobster. Length to 6 feet or more.
species: Anarrhichthys ocellatus
photo-id: WEE-005 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Wolf Eel
Wolf Eel
Posses large canine and molar teeth used for crushing their prey such as urchins crabs and lobster. Length to 6 feet or more.
species: Anarrhichthys ocellatus
photo-id: WEE-006 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Fluke Stock Photography
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-002 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Photos
Gray Whale
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-003 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Spyhop Images
Gray Whale Spyhop
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-004 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Gray Whale
Gray Whale
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-005 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Pictures
Gray Whale
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-008 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Gray Whale - Whale Watching Panga
Gray Whale - Whale Watching Panga
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-009 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Gray Whale Spout
Gray Whale Spout
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-010 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Gray Whale Spout
Gray Whale Spout
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-012 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Spout Stock Photography
Gray Whale Spout
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-013 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Spout Photos
Gray Whale Spout
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-014 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Spout Images
Gray Whale Spout
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-015 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Gray Whale Spout
Gray Whale Spout
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-018 request pricing Google Earth

Gray Whale Fluke Underwater Pictures
Gray Whale Fluke Underwater
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-020 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Rubberlip Surfperch
Rubberlip Surfperch
Often found around kelp and structurces such as piers
species: Rhacochilus toxotes
photo-id: FGE-074 request pricing

Pictures of California Grunion
California Grunion
species: Leuresthes tenuis
photo-id: FGE-068 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of California Grunion
California Grunion
Grunion have a unique spawning cycle. Along the southern California coast, they leave the water at night to spawn on sand beaches. During spring and summer months they follow a very precise schedule. Grunion only run for a maximum of four nights, beginning on the night of a full or new moon and only at or immediately after a high tide.
species: Leuresthes tenuis
photo-id: FGE-069 request pricing Google Earth

California Grunion Stock Photography
California Grunion
species: Leuresthes tenuis
photo-id: FGE-070 request pricing Google Earth

see also
| Blue Whale | Brydes Whale | California Coast | Dolphin | Endangered Species | Fin Whale | Gray Whale | Humpback Whale |
| Kelp Forest | Krill | Marine Fish | Marine Mammals | Moray Eel | Threatened Species |

species represented
Anarrhichthys ocellatus, Balaenoptera musculus, Caretta caretta, Eschrichtius robustus, Leuresthes tenuis, Rhacochilus toxotes,

keywords
Annual Migration, Baleen, Boat, Breakers, Cetacea, Cetacean, Cetaceans, Clearing Storm, Dive, Diving, Endangered Species,
Fishes, Flukes, Fluking, Giant Kelp Forest, Grey, Lagoons, Monterey, Open Ocean, Pattern, Patterns, Pelagic, Perch,
Perches, Reptiles, Silversides, Sounding, Spyhops, Surf, Swell, Tail, Threatened Species, Turtles, Urchin, Urchins,
Wave, White Water, Jacksmelt, Topsmelt

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