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An interesting day with a number of different whale tails captured on film, including one with approximately 50% white and black, and one particularly clean tail with hardly any black at all.

Whale tail

A Humpback whale tail with half black and half white

Whale tail

Water drips off a Humpback whale’s tail off Broome’s Cable Beach

Falcate or hooked fin, a natural variation in the dorsal fin on a Humpback whale

Falcate or hooked fin, a natural variation in the dorsal fin on a Humpback whale

The scalloped trailing edge on a Humpback whale tail

The scalloped trailing edge on a Humpback whale tail

Whale tail with damage on the side of the flukes

Whale tail with damage on the side of the flukes

A Wilson's Storm Petrel or "Jesus bird"

A Wilson’s Storm Petrel or “Jesus bird”

Clean whale tail _ Kimberley Wildlife Expedition Cruises

A very clean whale tail with hardly any black markings

Indo-pacific Bottlenose dolphins - Kimberley Wildlife Expedition Cruises & Kimberley Whale Watching

Indo-pacific Bottlenose dolphins off Broome’s Cable Beach

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