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Image Photographer
Marge Brigadier
Location
San Carlos Beach
Species
Fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus)
Caption
Northern Fur Seal taken on San Carlos Beach next to the Coast Guard pier in Monterey on December 21, 2015. This female adult was rescued by The Marine Mammal Center on December 22, 15 and died in treatment later that day. TMMC staff intitially deemed this a Guadalupe Fur Seal but the necropsy by veterinary staff confirmed it to be a Northern Fur Seal.

Image Photographer
Marge Brigadier
Location
San Carlos Beach
Species
Fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus)
Caption
Northern Fur Seal taken on San Carlos Beach next to the Coast Guard pier in Monterey on December 21, 2015. This female adult was rescued by The Marine Mammal Center on December 22, 15 and died in treatment later that day. TMMC staff intitially deemed this a Guadalupe Fur Seal but the necropsy by veterinary staff confirmed it to be a Northern Fur Seal.

Image Photographer
Marge Brigadier
Location
San Carlos Beach
Species
Fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus)
Caption
Northern Fur Seal taken on San Carlos Beach next to the Coast Guard pier in Monterey on December 21, 2015. This female adult was rescued by The Marine Mammal Center on December 22, 15 and died in treatment later that day. TMMC staff intitially deemed this a Guadalupe Fur Seal but the necropsy by veterinary staff confirmed it to be a Northern Fur Seal.

Image Photographer
Marge Brigadier
Location
San Carlos Beach
Species
Fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus)
Caption
Northern Fur Seal taken on San Carlos Beach next to the Coast Guard pier in Monterey on December 21, 2015. This female adult was rescued by The Marine Mammal Center on December 22, 15 and died in treatment later that day. TMMC staff intitially deemed this a Guadalupe Fur Seal but the necropsy by veterinary staff confirmed it to be a Northern Fur Seal.

Image Photographer
Paulo Serpa
Location
Point Lobos State Reserve
Species
Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)
Caption
A young Humpback whale was repeatedly slapping its fluke against the surface very close to the tip of Point Lobos. Divers had just completed kelp forest surveys for PISCO near Monastery when they caught sight of this whale. Photo courtesy of Paulo Serpa, CDFW.

Image Photographer
Paulo Serpa
Location
Point Lobos State Reserve
Species
Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)
Caption
A young Humpback whale was repeatedly slapping its fluke against the surface very close to the tip of Point Lobos. Divers had just completed kelp forest surveys for PISCO near Monastery when they caught sight of this whale. Photo courtesy of Paulo Serpa, CDFW.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Davidson Seamount
Species
Fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus)
Caption
A fin whale Balaenoptera physalus takes a breath while cruising over the Davidson Seamount.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Davidson Seamount
Species
Fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus)
Caption
A fin whale Balaenoptera physalus takes a breath while cruising over the Davidson Seamount.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
This killer whale (Orca orcinus) is slapping the ocean surface with its tail, which could be a sign of establishing its dominance and rank within the pod. This photo was taken during a research cruise transit aboard the R/V Fulmar.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
The photographer was lucky enough to capture this Orca as it landed from its breach.This photo was taken during a research cruise transit aboard the R/V Fulmar.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
A killer whale (Orca orcinus) surfacing. It was part of a large pod that was photographed off of the Big Sur coast. This photo was taken during a research cruise transit aboard the R/V Fulmar.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
Tooth scratches can leave a killer whale with scars, but generally these scratches are superficial. This photo was taken during a research cruise transit aboard the R/V Fulmar.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
A killer whale (Orca orcinus) surfacing close to the photographer on the R/V Fulmar. This photo was taken during a research cruise transit aboard the R/V Fulmar.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
A playful Orca swimming upside down and slapping its tail. This photo was taken during a research cruise transit aboard the R/V Fulmar.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
The alpha male of this pod of killer whales (Orca orcinus). This dorsal fin is between 5 and 6 feet high.This photo was taken during a research cruise transit aboard the R/V Fulmar.

Image Photographer
Chad King
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
Mist from its breath surrounds this Orca. This photo was taken during a research cruise transit aboard the R/V Fulmar.

Image Photographer
Steve Lonhart
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
Pod of killer whales (Orcinus orca) interacting with a Humpback whale mother and calf, a few miles offshore and west of Lopez Point. Some of the smaller orcas would slap the water with their flukes.

Image Photographer
Steve Lonhart
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
Pod of killer whales (Orcinus orca) interacting with a Humpback whale mother and calf, a few miles offshore and west of Lopez Point. Some of the smaller orcas would slap the water with their flukes. This one was swimming upside down.

Image Photographer
Steve Lonhart
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
Pod of killer whales (Orcinus orca) interacting with a Humpback whale mother and calf, a few miles offshore and west of Lopez Point. Some of the smaller orcas would slap the water with their flukes.

Image Photographer
Steve Lonhart
Location
Big Sur
Species
Killer whale (Orcinus orca)
Caption
Pod of killer whales (Orcinus orca) interacting with a Humpback whale mother and calf, a few miles offshore and west of Lopez Point. Some of the smaller orcas would slap the water with their flukes.

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