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The Finback whale is the second largest whale, up to 27 metres (88 feet), in the world after the Blue Whale. It is a fast swimming whale that comes to the Bay of Fundy each summer to feed.
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I am a biologist by training and consider myself a seriously addicted semi-professional nature photographer. This addiction is currently partially controlled by me still having a full-time job. All bets will be off when I can retire in a few years
Terrific fin image, Stephen. Has anyone been able to identify this whale? I confess I cannot make heads or tails out of fin or blue whale identification but perhaps there is a researcher out there who might know this animal. Anyway, love those fins and love your images! G