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New Calves of 1999 - Part 1

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Anvil's calf

Branch

a mark on the left fluke looks like a branch growing out of the central tree

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Apex's calf

Libra

mark on right fluke resembles the set of scales in the zodiac symbol

 

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Apostrophe's calf

Thumbtack

named for two T marks on left fluke

 

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Ararchnid's calf

Frostbite

black tips on each fluke look like the effects of frostbite on human tissue

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Bay of Fundy calf: mother is Catalog # HWZ0034

Peeler

a mark on the far left of the left fluke looks like a vegetable peeler

1999 Whales

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