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New Calves of 2000- part 7

whale tail photo

Zeppelin calf

Milkweed

the windblown plant found in meadows is reflected in the black marks on the right fluke

Calves with no photos or
inadequate images (for naming purposes)

Ase calf
Bat calf

Crown calf
Deuce calf
Ebony calf
Firefly calf
Flash calf
Inferno calf
Istar calf
Isthmus calf
Knuckles calf
Midnight calf
Orbit calf
Phantom calf
Pregunta calf
Rooftop calf
Sloop calf
Spar calf
Triad calf
Vulture calf
Zipper calf

 

Presumed dead (not named)

Rapier calf
Valley calf

2000 Whales

Non-calves

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Calves

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

 

 

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