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Killer Whales - Transient type - Adult male - Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California - USA - April

Killer Whales - Transient type - Adult male - Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California - USA - April


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Killer Whales - Transient type - Adult male - Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California - USA - April

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Killer Whales - Transient type
Adult male - Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California - USA - April
Orcinus orca
Francois Gohier
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Three Amigos of the Pacific - Orca Bros Take Monterey Bay by Storm!

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. In this epic snapshot captured by wildlife photographer Francois Gohier, we witness a jaw-dropping encounter with three magnificent transient killer whales in their natural habitat. These oceanic bad boys are causing quite a splash as they navigate the crystal-clear waters of Monterey Bay. With their sleek black and white bodies glistening under the California sun, these adult male orcas showcase their power and grace. Known as apex predators, they rule the seas with finesse and intelligence that leaves us mere humans in awe. As if posing for a family portrait, these toothed whales strike an impressive pose while showcasing their unmistakable dorsal fins towering above the water's surface. It's like witnessing a synchronized swimming routine performed by nature's most talented acrobats! Monterey Bay serves as their playground, where they roam freely amidst breathtaking coastal scenery. The vastness of the Pacific Ocean provides them endless opportunities to explore and hunt for prey. So grab your binoculars and join us on this thrilling adventure! Witness firsthand how these incredible marine mammals captivate our hearts with every leap, breach, and tail slap. Let François Gohier's stunning photograph transport you into an underwater world filled with wonderment and excitement - where three amigos reign supreme!

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