Breaching humpback whale with white pectoral fin Alaska - Stock image

Aquatic Mammal, Cetacea, Humpback Whale, Mammal, Splashing

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Stock photo ID:97932328
Upload date:March 22, 2010


Humpback whale breaching in Frederick Sound Alaska. With a couple pumps of their powerful flukes these large mammals can power themselves up out of the water. Water streams from the 15 foot pectoral fin. Most humpbacks have the top of the fin dark & the underside white but this one has a white upper surface making it easier to spot from surface. These humpbacks are baleen whales which feed on herring and krill during the summer in Alaska. They migrate to the Hawaiian islands in winter to mate and give birth to their young.
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