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

Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess) Images
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

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

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

Stock photos 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

Pictures 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-014 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images 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

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

Brydes Whale (Pronounced broo-dess) Photos
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

Blue Whale Fluke Images
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-055 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Blue Whale
Blue Whale
Blue Whales normally travel as individuals or in small groups of two or three animals, but in areas where krill are plentiful they can be found feeding in groups of 50 or more.
species: Balaenoptera musculus
photo-id: WBL-056 request pricing Google Earth

Blue Whale Fluke Pictures
Blue Whale Fluke
The huge fluke of a Blue Whale can power it to speeds of over 30 miles per hour for short distances.
species: Balaenoptera musculus
photo-id: WBL-057 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Blue Whale
Blue Whale
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-058 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Blue Whale Fluke
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-059 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Blue Whale
Blue Whale
Blue whale rounding over beginning a dive.
species: Balaenoptera musculus
photo-id: WBL-053 request pricing Google Earth

Blue Whale Stock Photography
Blue Whale
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-050 request pricing Google Earth

Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf Photos
Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
North Coronado island in background.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-011 request pricing Google Earth

Humpback Whale - Back and Dorsal Fin Images
Humpback Whale - Back and Dorsal Fin
As with many of the large baleen whales the Humpback was hunted to near extinction before a whaling moratorium was introduced in the mid nineteen sixties.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-012 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
Mother raises fluke in preperation for a dive. Calf in foreground dorsal fin and back passing from right to left.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-015 request pricing Google Earth

Humpback Whale Spout Pictures
Humpback Whale Spout
A Humpback blows as it reaches the surface creating a cloud of mist.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-018 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
Back and dorsal fins mother on the left.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-019 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Humpback Whale Fluke
Humpback Whale Fluke
Humpback raises its fluke in preparation for a dive.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-022 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
Mother raises her fluke in preparation for a dive. Calf on her left. Late Afternoon light.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-024 request pricing Google Earth

Humpback Whale Stock Photography
Humpback Whale
Humpback dives off North Coronado Island.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-026 request pricing Google Earth

Humpback Whale Photos
Humpback Whale
Humpback dives off North Coronado Island.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-027 request pricing Google Earth

Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf Images
Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
Mother raises her fluke in preparation for a dive. Calf in foreground spouts just prior to its divet. Late Afternoon light.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-028 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Humpback Whale Fluke
Humpback Whale Fluke
Humpback raises its fluke in preparation for a dive.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-029 request pricing Google Earth

Humpback Whale Fluke Pictures
Humpback Whale Fluke
Humpback raises its fluke in preparation for a dive.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-033 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
Humpback Whale - Mother With Calf
Mother raises fluke in preperation for a dive. Calf dorsal fin and back passing from right to left.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-001 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Humpback Whale Fluke
Humpback Whale Fluke
Humpback raises its fluke in preparation for a dive. Humpbacks feed on Krill and small baitfish.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-004 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Humpback Whale - Back and Dorsal Fin
Humpback Whale - Back and Dorsal Fin
As with many of the large baleen whales the Humpback was hunted to near extinction before a whaling moratorium was introduced in the mid nineteen sixties.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-005 request pricing Google Earth

Humpback Whale - Back and Dorsal Fin Stock Photography
Humpback Whale - Back and Dorsal Fin
As with many of the large baleen whales the Humpback was hunted to near extinction before a whaling moratorium was introduced in the mid nineteen sixties.
species: Megaptera novaeangliae
photo-id: WHB-006 request pricing Google Earth

see also
| Blue Whale | Brydes Whale | Dolphin | Endangered Species | Fin Whale | Gray Whale | Humpback Whale | Krill | Marine Mammals |

species represented
Balaenoptera brydei, Balaenoptera musculus, Megaptera novaeangliae

keywords
Baleen, Cetacea, Cetacean, Cetaceans, Dive, Diving, Endangered Species, Fluke, Flukes, Fluking, Humpbacks, Open Ocean,
Pelagic, Tail

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