Animals
In Cabo San Lucas
Baja California Sur
A City In Mexico

Animals are multicellular eukaryotic organisms that form the biological kingdom Animalia. With few exceptions, animals consume organic material, breathe oxygen, are able to move, reproduce sexually, and grow from a hollow sphere of cells, the blastula, during embryonic development. [from wikipedia]
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Three Dolphins
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(Date Photographed: 11:56:14 Thursday 25 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 16 March 2018)
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Three dolphins swam near a sailboat returning to town after an afternoon cruise.


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Near Boat
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22° 51' 27.60" N, 109° 52' 42.59" W
(Date Photographed: 11:56:46 Thursday 25 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 16 March 2018)
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A dolphin swam near the boat.


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Humpback Whale
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22° 51' 28.85" N, 109° 52' 43.97" W
(Date Photographed: 11:58:31 Thursday 25 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 16 March 2018)
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A humpback whale surfaced next to the sailboat. It surfaced amid several dolphins.


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Pair And Solo
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22° 51' 28.85" N, 109° 52' 44.01" W
(Date Photographed: 11:58:32 Thursday 25 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 16 March 2018)
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A pair of dolphin swam next to a single humpback whale.


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Surfaced Again
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22° 51' 29.29" N, 109° 52' 47.69" W
(Date Photographed: 12:00:30 Thursday 25 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 16 March 2018)
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The humpback whale vanished and then surfaced again. A bit of water vapor remained after the whale cleared its blow-hole.


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Prepared To Dive
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22° 51' 27.77" N, 109° 52' 49.27" W
(Date Photographed: 12:01:44 Thursday 25 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 16 March 2018)
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The humpback whale's tail rose from the water as the whale began to dive.


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Tail Rose Higher
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22° 51' 27.77" N, 109° 52' 49.27" W
(Date Photographed: 12:01:44 Thursday 25 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 16 March 2018)
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The tail of the humpback whale rose higher and extended straighter.


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Began To Submerge
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22° 51' 27.76" N, 109° 52' 49.31" W
(Date Photographed: 12:01:45 Thursday 25 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 16 March 2018)
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The tail began to descend into the water as the whale submerged further.


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Last Of Tail
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22° 51' 27.76" N, 109° 52' 49.31" W
(Date Photographed: 12:01:45 Thursday 25 January 2018)
(Date Published: Friday 16 March 2018)
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The last of the tail as it appeared just before the whale totally vanished below the water.


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