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Blue Whale Tail Fluke Diving Balaenoptera musculus 29 July 2010 - It is somewhat rare to see the tail fluke of a Blue Whale upon diving.

Whale Watching on the Dos Osos Sub Sea Tours 34’ boat www.subseatours.com/ 805-772-WIND, 29 July 2010, Morro Bay, CA. Blog: whalewatchingsst.blogspot.com/2010/07/rouvaishyanas-log.html Crew: Owner & Captain Kevin Winfield; first-mate Ryan. We saw about four Blue Whales and Dozens of Humpbacks, some very close to the boat.

Photo by “Mike” Michael L. Baird, mike {at] mikebaird d o t com, flickr.bairdphotos.com, Canon 1D Mark III, Canon 300mm f/2.8 with Canon EF 1.4X II Extender Telephoto Accessory, Circular Polarizer, handheld, RAW.

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Date 29 July 2010, 14:52
Source Blue Whale Tail Fluke Diving Balaenoptera musculus 29 July 2010 - It is somewhat rare to see the tail fluke of a Blue Whale upon diving.
Author Mike Baird from Morro Bay, USA

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35° 19′ 4.80″ N, 120° 59′ 58.80″ W

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