Download Dolphin LeapingDownloadDescription: A long shot of a dolphin leaping above the surface of the water, taken at Noosa Heads in Queensland Australia. The photo was taken just as the dolphin began to re-enter the water, so that the dolphins head is under water and its tail and dorsal fin are above the surface.

Download Dolphin Face 2DownloadDescription: A closeup photo of the face of an Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin, in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia. The top of the dolphins head is above the surface of the water, exposing the blowhole, and the snout can be seen just under the surface. This dolphin is a regular visitor to Tin Can Bay, where tourists are allowed to feed the dolphins with fish.

Download Dolphin Under WaterDownloadDescription: An Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin, in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia, shown completely under water, seen from above the surface. The outline of the dolphins head, back, and pectoral fin can be seen as a pale outline beneath the ripples, and the dolphins eye can clearly be seen. The dolphin is seen from the side, facing toward the right side of the photo.

Download Dolphin Profile 4DownloadDescription: An Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin, in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia. In this photo the dolphin is swimming away, toward the upper right corner of the photo, causing a wake of ripples in the water as its forehead cuts the surface. This is a closeup view of the head, and the snout and blowhole can be seen clearly.

Download Dolphin Profile 2DownloadDescription: An Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin, in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia, seen from the side, mostly under water. The dorsal fin is protruding from the water, otherwise the dolphin is submerged, but the water is clear enough that the side of its face is clearly visible, along with the front half of the body.

Download Dolphin Profile 1DownloadDescription: The head of an Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin, in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia, seen from the side. The top of the head and the blowhole are above the surface, and the snout can be seen beneath the ripples.

Download Dolphin BackDownloadDescription: The back and dorsal fin of an Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin, in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia. A tiny bit of the back and the dorsal fin are protruding from the water, and the rest of the dolphins body is barely visible due to a strong reflection of sunlight on the surface. The dolphin is seen from the side, moving forward slightly so that ripples emanate from the front of the dorsal fin as it cuts the surface.

Download Dolphin Face 5DownloadDescription: A head-on view of the face of an Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin, in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia. In this photo the dolphins mouth is slightly open, and the top part of the snout is slightly above the surface of the water, allowing the lower teeth to be seen below the surface. The head and blowhole are above the surface of the water, and the pectoral and dorsal fins can be seen in the background below the surface.

Download Dolphin Face 4DownloadDescription: The face and back of an Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin, in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia. In this photo the dolphin is turned slightly to the right side of the picture, facing mostly toward the camera, again with its back barely above the surface of the water and its snout under the surface. The dolphins eye can be seen below the surface of the water.

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