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Bowhead whales are a solitary, slow-swimming, long-living species that inhabit the frigid Arctic waters. They also have a very unusual growing pattern.

"bowhead whale - Photo by Paul Nicklen." These whales can live to be up to 200 years old. Their vertebraes never fuse so they grow throughout their lives.

Southern Right Whale Dolphin, one of two rare species of cetacea that do not have dorsal fins.

Southern Right Whale Dolphin. One of two rare species of cetacea that do not have dorsal fins. He looks like a swimming yin-yang sign (especially when the photo is sideways) !

by Peter G Allinson    Andrew and his friend, a young sperm whale named Scar, swim together off the west coast of Dominica. The two of them became "friends" after Andrew saved Scar's life.

Dominica Destination Wedding Planner Event Planning by Peter G Allinson Andrew and his friend, a young sperm whale named Scar, swim together off the west coast of Dominica. The two of them became "friends" after Andrew saved Scar's life.

Slideshow | 'Klaska' - Klas Stolpe's take on Alaska | Juneau Empire - Alaska's Capital City Online Newspaper

Sunny skies, flat calm waters, and a wild orca, frolicking not because he was…

Southern Right Whale Dolphin

The Coolest-Looking Dolphin in the World

The southern right whale dolphin, Lissodelphis peronii, is a small and slender species of mammal found in cool waters of the southern hemispher

A humpback whale mother swims with her calf, appearing to give her baby a tender kiss on the head. Professional photographer Jon Cornforth captured the touching moment off the coast of Tonga in the Southern Pacific Ocean.  Picture: Jon Cornforth / Barcroft Media

A humpback whale mother swims with her calf, appearing to give her baby a tender kiss on the head. Professional photographer Jon Cornforth captured the touching moment off the coast of Tonga in the Southern Pacific Ocean.

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Killer Whale-In captivity they do not do well- they immediately cease using radar. They are also extremely social beings, and will spend their whole life with the same group-support leaving them in their natural habitat. Free Willy is what this is about.

O polvo-de-anéis-azuis ('Hapalochlaena maculosa') é uma espécie conhecida pelos visíveis anéis azuis no seu corpo e pelo veneno muito poderoso que possui.Vive nas costas da Austrália e mede apenas 12 cm.  http://diariodebiologia.com/

I think this is my spirit animal! ⭐Greater Blue-ringed Octopus⭐ (Hapalochlaena lunulata) is one of three (or perhaps four) species of venomous blue-ringed octopuses.

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This is something you don't see everyday, beautiful Humpback Whale playing with a dolphin. Visit our Page -►Wildlife and Nature Pictures ◄- For more photos

Narwahl

The Narwhal - Often called “unicorns of the sea”, these amazing creatures are sea mammals, whales. The Monodontidae family consists of two species – the beluga whale and the narwhal. They can be found in the Arctic waters near Greenland.

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