An adult female southern resident killer whale, L94, nurses her calf. Note the distinctive saddle patch on the mother. This allows scientists to recognize individual whales in photographs. The photo was taken by a specially built drone called a hexacopter from above 90 feet.
An adult female southern resident killer whale, L94, nurses her calf. Note the distinctive saddle patch on the mother. This allows scientists to recognize individual whales in photographs. The photo was taken by a specially built drone called a hexacopter from above 90 feet. NOAA Fisheries, Vancouver Aquarium Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
An adult female southern resident killer whale, L94, nurses her calf. Note the distinctive saddle patch on the mother. This allows scientists to recognize individual whales in photographs. The photo was taken by a specially built drone called a hexacopter from above 90 feet. NOAA Fisheries, Vancouver Aquarium Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald