Month: February 2007

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Breaching Hourglass Dolphins, Lagenorynchus cruciger, originally uploaded by blather. >Breaching Hourglass Dolphins on flickr.com Get high resolution picture of hourglass dolphins » Two Hourglass dolphins breaching, Southern Ocean 27/02/2006 Wikipedia: Hourglass dolphin » Photo made on board the Greenpeace ship Esperanza's expedition to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to find the Japanese whaling fleet © Dave Walsh

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Angry Crabeater Seal, originally uploaded by blather. Angry Crabeater Seal, Ross Sea, Antarctica - More about crabeaters Photo made on board the Greenpeace ship Esperanza's expedition to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to find the Japanese whaling fleet © Dave Walsh

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Orca near the Esperanza, originally uploaded by blather. Orca, killer whale, seen from the bow of the Esperanza, Ross Sea, Antarctica Photo made on board the Greenpeace ship Esperanza's expedition to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to find the Japanese whaling fleet © Dave Walsh

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Crabeater Seal, originally uploaded by blather. Get the high resolution version » Crabeater seal. Crabeaters are perhaps the "second most numerous large species of mammals on Earth, after humans" with populations of around 50 million. The crabeater eats krill - hence the pinky orange colour on the snow. I thought first it was blood - now i'm not so sure. More on wikipedia »

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } The tip of the iceberg, originally uploaded by blather. Photo made on board the Greenpeace ship Esperanza's expedition to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to find the Japanese whaling fleet © Dave Walsh

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Wide iceberg ahead, originally uploaded by blather. Photo made on board the Greenpeace ship Esperanza's expedition to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to find the Japanese whaling fleet © Dave Walsh

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Iceberg Sky, originally uploaded by blather. Photo made on board the Greenpeace ship Esperanza's expedition to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to find the Japanese whaling fleet © Dave Walsh

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Adelie Penguin, originally uploaded by blather. Photo made on board the Greenpeace ship Esperanza's expedition to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to find the Japanese whaling fleet © Dave Walsh

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Adelie Penguins: Oops, I just couldn't wait..., originally uploaded by blather. Photo made on board the Greenpeace ship Esperanza's expedition to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to find the Japanese whaling fleet © Dave Walsh

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.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Crabeater Seal, originally uploaded by blather.Download high resolution version » Crabeater seal. Crabeaters are perhaps the "second most numerous large species of mammals on Earth, after humans" with populations of around 50 million.