North Pacific right whale (Eubalaena japonica)

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North Pacific right whale, showing closed blowholes, callosities and abnormal barnacles probably aquired from association with humpbacks
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North Pacific right whale, showing closed blowholes, callosities and abnormal barnacles probably aquired from association with humpbacks  
North Pacific right whale, showing closed blowholes, callosities and abnormal barnacles probably aquired from association with humpbacks

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Jim Scarff
jim@sfcelticmusic.com
http://www.sfcelticmusic.com/js/

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