RM2AMHMD1–A Cetaceans, an aquatic mammals constituting the infraorder Cetacea (whales etc) attacking a ship featured in 'De Gentibus Septentrionilibus' by the 16th-century ecclesiastic, cartographer, and historian Olaus Magnus.
RMJGHDCK–Visitors enjoy taking part in an interactive game about how scientists know what cetaceans are doing underwater. The game is one of the many instalments at the Natural History Museum's new exhibition 'Whales: Beneath the Surface', which displays over 100 specimens of the museum's collection.
RMFW072W–Marazion, Cornwall, UK. 31st March 2016. A dead harbour porpoise on the beach at Marazion today. The Cornwall Wildlife trust have said that 61 dead cetaceans were recorded in Cornwall between January and March of this year. Credit: Simon Yates/Alamy Live News
RMJ787DM–SPINNER DOLPHINS Stenella l. longirostris off coast of Oahu, Hawaii. Photo: Tony Gale
RMEBH6EB–bottlenosed dolphin, common bottle-nosed dolphin (Tursiops truncatus).
RM2BN93KX–whale watching tour boat moored at the Old Harbour of Genoa, Liguria, Italy
RMB2ABR0–humpback whale, Dominican republic
RMCNY9H2–Whale meat, and whale byproducts on display, inside the Shiogama fish market, in Shiogama town, near Ishinomaki, Japan.
RMMP0T1R–Round crusty barnacles and many scars mark the blubber on the rostrum (snout) of the Gray Whale (Eschrichtius robustus ), a phenominal marine mammal that has existed for more than 30,000 million years. Shown here in close-up is the mouth that appears first as the whale begins to poke its head vertically out of the water so it can see what is going on above the surface, a maneuver called spyhopping. This inquisitive aquatic animal was spyhopping in San Ignacio Lagoon off the western coast of Baja California Sur in Mexico, North America.
RMFKKFPM–Dwarf minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) in the blue wintering waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
RFM87F20–A photo of Common Dolphins swimming along a boat
RFGATHX1–An aerial image of two humpback whales migrating north along the east coast of Australia.
RFT7XCHJ–Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) on the surface off the coast of Baja California, Mexico.
RFEG9T3W–Peale's Dolphin, Lagenorhynchus australis, leaping from water
RF2JJNFJD–Humpback whale tail with Sydney Skyline in the background at sunset, Sydney, Australia
RM2AYXKMJ–People next to the complete blue whale skeleton, Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
RMEBH2T8–bottlenosed dolphin, common bottle-nosed dolphin (Tursiops truncatus).