Humpback whale Megaptera novaeangliae swimming underwater It is upsidedown so maybe about to flickfeed This involves using the tail to sweep fish into the mouth The humpback whale can grow to tonnes in weight and metres in length It has up to large bristly baleen plates hanging down from its jaws It feeds by swallowing sea water and then pressing its tongue against the plates pushing the water out and trapping krill and fish The humpback whale is found in deep water near coasts in all of the worlds oceans Photographed in the Pacific Ocean off Rurutu Island in the Austral Archipelago French Polynesia
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