'Mind-blowing' photo captures humpback whale with a California sea lion in its mouth

7/31/2019
Wildlife photographer Chase Dekker has taken what he believes to be a 'once in a lifetime' picture of a humpback whale "swallowing" a sea lion.
Fortunately for the sea lion, the whale never closed its jaws, and the animal managed to escape and swim away. "I was ecstatic because I captured a ...
A group of sea lions in Monterey Bay, California were chasing fish alongside a pod of humpback whales when the hunt took an unexpected turn.
Humpback Whales, you must have listened a lot about them. They weigh 30,000 kg and live for 45 to 50 years. Even though they weigh this much but ...
Moments like this are what wildlife photographers dream about. Photographer Chase Dekker was watching a humpback whale hunt for breakfast ...
According to National Geographic, Dekker's group was on an expedition to watch whales last week in Monterrey Bay, on the coast of California (USA).
An American wildlife photographer, Chase Dekker, has captured the shocking moment when a humpback whale came to the sea surface and ...
Chase Dekker, who works for Sanctuary Cruises, a whale watching company in California, said he was in Monterrey Bay when he saw a pod of ...
A photograph captured the moment a humpback whale breached the surface of the ocean and grabbed a sea lion in its mouth. Chase Dekker, who ...
Nature photographer Chase Dekker says he snapped the incredible moment a sea lion got trapped inside a humpback whale's mouth as it was ...
For the 27-year-old wildlife photographer and marine biologist Chase Dekker it was a lifetime moment to capture a whale swallowing a sea lion.
The sea lion soon fell out of the whale's mouth and swam away. Both the sea lion and humpback whale appeared to be fine, Dekker said.
Chase Dekker gripped his camera with anticipation. A couple hundred feet from his seat on a whale-watching boat, the waters of Monterey Bay in ...
A wildlife photographer has shared a rare photograph of a sea lion accidentally falling into the mouth of a humpback whale at Monterey Bay, California ...
7/30/2019
Chase Dekker, who works for whale-watching company Sanctuary Cruises, wrote he was in Monterrey Bay when he spotted a pod of humpbacks ...
LOS ANGELES (AFP) - In a stunning photo, a wildlife photographer has captured a sea lion falling into the mouth of a humpback whale in what he ...
In a stunning photo, a wildlife photographer has captured a sea lion falling into the mouth of a humpback whale in what he calls a "once-in-a-lifetime" ...
Humpback whales may be massive, but they are by nature very gentle creatures. Despite having the physical clout to destroy anything in their path, ...
The humpback whale that accidentally ingested a sea lion while feeding was probably as startled as the smaller animal, the wildlife biologist who ...
A wildlife photographer captured the moment an unsuspecting seal became "stuck" inside a humpback whale's mouth in California. (Photo Credit: ...
While on a routine whale-watching trip in Monterey Bay, California, earlier in July, Dekker managed to snap a truly fascinating shot of a sea lion getting ...
A wildlife photographer in California recently snapped a photo of the moment a humpback whale surfaced and appeared to gobble up an ...
The marine mammal's harrowing encounter with a humpback whale was captured in a one-of-a-kind image by a photographer filming the whales in ...
He was on a routine whale-watching boat trip last week in Monterey Bay, California, when he noticed a sea lion stuck on the nose of humpback whale.
Rare photograph shows sea lion trapped in mouth of humpback whale ... He was on a routine whale-watching boat trip last week in Monterey Bay, ...
Wildlife photographer Chase Dekker was out on a whale-watching trip with Sanctuary Cruises last week when he witnessed something he had never ...
Chase Dekker believes the photo he took of a humpback whale "swallowing" a sea lion is the first time that happening has ever been caught on ...
During a whale-watching trip last week, wildlife photographer Chase Dekker stared in awe as a humpback surfaced and engulfed a sea lion in its ...
7/29/2019
JOHANNESBURG – In what is said to be a world-first, incredible images of a sea lion being swallowed whole by a humpback whale have reportedly ...
Incredible photographs of a sea lion being swallowed whole by a humpback whale have been captured in what's claimed to be a world's first. The sea ...
Incredible photographs of a sea lion being swallowed whole by a humpback whale have been captured in what's claimed to be a world first. The sea ...
As traffic on the humpback highway ramps up along the east coast of Australia, a baleen whale on the other side of the Pacific has attracted attention ...
Q: Humans can't drink seawater. So what do sea lions, whales, dolphins and sea birds drink? A: Marine animals may consume both freshwater and ...
7/28/2019
Humpbacks are baleen whales, meaning they don't have teeth and instead strain seawater for krill, plankton and small fish, such as anchovies.
Dr. Cara Field, one of the center's veterinarians, said this year is especially alarming because the algal blooms responsible for producing domoic acid ...
These pictures show nature at its most glorious and most violent. A sea lion was seen being swallowed whole by a whale in Monterey Bay, California.
Three humpback whales were spotted in a feeding frenzy on massive shoals of tiny anchovies when the sea lion got accidentally scooped up.
7/27/2019
“There's a lot of people on a boat who have never even seen a whale. So the fact that they get to see something so amazing, something I've never ...
7/26/2019
Dekker was working as the marine biologist and photographer for Sanctuary Cruises, a whale-watching tour agency in Moss Landing, Calif., when he ...
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