Humpback Whale - [Megaptera novaengliae]
Monterey Bay, California, United States
Humpback whales are one of my favorites of all the whales. They seem so happy to me out there. They breach, half-breach, tail slap, chin slap and lunge feed to list some of their awesome tricks/behavior. The morning I took this image, the seas were very, very calm and flat. A bit of fog so was overcast. There were many whales around and when I saw this one pec slapping, I had to try to get an image of it. I love the markings on his pectoral fin.
Size: up to 12-16 meters (~39 - 52 feet) Weight: Over 36,000 kg (79,000 lbs)
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