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Killer / Orca Whale - spy hopping ML967P

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Killer / Orca Whale - spy hopping ML967P

TOM-1163
Killer / Orca Whale - spy hopping
Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, British Columbia, Pacific Ocean
Orcinus orca
Tom & Pat Leeson
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Whale Hello There! Get ready to dive into the fascinating world of orcas with this incredible print captured by Tom & Pat Leeson. Meet TOM-1163, the ultimate spy-hopping superstar of the ocean! This killer whale knows how to make a splash and steal hearts with its playful antics. With ML967P by its side, these majestic creatures showcase their immense power and beauty. From their sleek black and white bodies to their captivating eyes, they are truly nature's masterpieces. It's no wonder why orcas are often referred to as the wolves of the sea! This stunning photograph takes you on an underwater adventure in Washington's Puget Sound and British Columbia's San Juan Islands. The crystal-clear waters provide a perfect backdrop for these intelligent marine mammals as they gracefully swim through their natural habitat. So grab your snorkel gear and prepare for an awe-inspiring journey alongside these magnificent creatures. Whether you're a wildlife enthusiast or simply appreciate breathtaking photography, this print is sure to make waves in any room it graces. Remember, every glance at this photo reminds us of our duty to protect our oceans' precious inhabitants. So let TOM-1163 and ML967P inspire you to become an advocate for marine conservation because together we can ensure that future generations get to witness such extraordinary moments in nature.

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