Explore Baleen Whales, Into The Blue, and more!

earth-song: “ The endangered blue whale is Earth’s largest animal - and can eat some 4 to 8 tons of krill per day. Learn more this Sunday at e/p on “Kingdom of the Blue Whale.

Whale breaching  It is believed they do this to remove parasites from their bodies

Animated gif ~ Whale breaching It is believed they do this to remove parasites from their bodies

Incredible capture

The photo was taken at the entrance to Katlian Bay. The whale is coming up to scoop up a mouthful of herring. The kayaker is a local Sitka Dentist. The whale's mouth is fully open with the bottom half under the boat by Mark Tennant.

They're so big!!

The fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus), also called the finback whale, razorback, or common rorqual, is a marine mammal belonging to the suborder of baleen whales. It is the second-largest animal after the blue whale.

Humpback whale lifting her child to surface to breathe - Réunion island. by Seb  on 500px

Humbpack whales - Réunion island - are bloody beautiful. Their sheer size and texture is so surreal it seems digitalised. Seeing two of them together, side by side, it's difficult to imagine how so much matter could exist in one view.

On my bucket list is to see a Blue Whale. Amazing creatures!

The most beautiful sound is listening to three blue whales "inhaling" as they strategically fed around my sailboat of the coast of mexico

Great Blue Whales... mom and baby

KINGS OF OCEANS Blue whales are up to 100 feet long. Their tongues alone can weigh as much as an elephant. Their hearts, as much as an automobile.

Animal Nature: 'Ocean Soul' photo exhibit dives deep.  What an amazing picture!

Animal Nature: 'Ocean Soul' photo exhibit dives deep; migrating whales move north; Oregon Coast Aquarium primes for spring break

Great photo essay about photographers saving the world with photos! The power of the picture - The Washington Post

Orca whales, swimming in the big wide ocean! Not in some tiny tank in an aquarium like SeaWorld!

STOP ORCA CAPTIVITY! Orca whales, swimming in the big wide ocean! Not in some tiny tank in an aquarium like SeaWorld!

Blue whale. Photo by Mike Johnson

A blue whale dives with a diver beside highlighting the enormity of the animal (Photo: Mike Johnson)♡

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