A humpback whale and calf in Tonga. Humpbacks migrate to Tonga's warm waters each year from Antarctica to mate and give birth.

Dominican Republic Whales Soft-In-Water Encounters & Snorkeling with Oceanic Society. My husband's dream is to swim with whales!

Svalbard, Norway (Svalbard is a remote place, situated between the Norwegian mainland and the North Pole)

Svalbard, Norway (Svalbard is a remote Norwegian Island, situated between the Norwegian mainland and the North Pole) Svalbard is the northernmost inhabited place on earth.

-Killer whale forms- UPDATED by AngelMC18.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

I think the Antarctic orcas are probably actually a different species of orca -Killer whale forms

Diving with Whales - Brian Skerry braves the waters of the Antarctic for a very up-close view of the right whale. (  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08fM0XxRLNI )

Diving with Whales - Brian Skerry braves the waters of the Antarctic for a very up-close view of the Southern Right Whale.

Creepy Animals, Sharks, Orcas, Deep Sea, Biology, Marines, Animal Kingdom, Surf, Boat

DIY Whale Silhouette Coastal Pallet Art - Fox Hollow Cottage

DIY Whale Silhouette Coastal Pallet Art

Divinely Distressed: Mermaids, Seahorses & Whales - Sally Lee by the Sea

Killer whales, or Orcas (Orcinus orca) are cetaceans. They are the largest dolphins in the world, called 'whales' because of their size. Orcas have mostly black skin with white patches.They are found in all the world's oceans, from the cold of the Arctic to the tropical seas

The killer whale or orca (Orcinus orca) is a toothed whale belonging to the oceanic dolphin family, of which it is the largest member. Killer whales are found in all oceans, from Arctic and Antarctic regions to tropical seas.

Bet you've never seen one of these before- well maybe you have- anyway this is the 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) !

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) !

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