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New Calves of 1999 - Part 4

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Horizon's calf

Siberia

named for the large expanse of white

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Lava's calf

Aleutian

the black mark at the top of the right fluke resembles Alaska's chain of Aleutian Islands

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Mocha's calf

Celestial

the white marks on the dark flukes appear to be stars in the sky

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Pachyderm's calf

Amphora

the black mark on the upper left fluke (towards center) resembles a type of ancient Greek urn

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Partition's calf

Tetris

named for the black dots on the left fluke that remind one of the computer game

1999 Whales

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