Breaching Marine Mammal Tongass National Forest Alaska

In the waters off Tongass National Forest in Alaska, USA, one can watch a large marine mammal such as a Humpback Whale breaching on many occasions.

Crashing into the calm waters of Frederick Sound in Alaska, USA, the pectoral fin on a Humpback Whale is still very visible after this marine mammal completes a breach. Breaching, tail slapping and pectoral slapping are common surface behaviors seen in these waters around Tongass National Park in Alaska. The summer season brings the Humpback Whale to these waters as they prefer the polar waters at this time of year.

USA, Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaengliae) breaches in Frederick Sound on summer day



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Photo Title: Breaching Marine Mammal Tongass National Forest Alaska

In the waters off Tongass National Forest in Alaska, USA, one can watch a large marine mammal such as a Humpback Whale breaching on many occasions.

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Megaptera Novaengliae

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