Not much to say but the uniqueness of this photo from Bob and Helen Everson except that it is very rare and sometimes seagulls do serve a purpose.
A male killer whale’s dorsal fin can grow to as much as two meters (6 feet) tall. Despite the fact that the dorsal fin is very straight, it is primarily made of cartilage. Orcas travel in deep water and this water provides pressure to the fin, keeping the tissues inside healthy and straight. This photo shows the difference in size between and adult male and female orca’s dorsal fin.Visit our Blog