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0018334
BLUE WHALE.
Sibbald's fin whale, or blue whale. Line engraving, 19th century.
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0109784
ALASKA: WHALING.
Cutting into a blue whale on a beach in Alaska. Photograph, early 20th century.
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0173246
PRE-COLUMBIAN WHALE EFFIGY.
Steatite figure of a killer whale, with shell bead eyes, made by the Gabrieliño Native Americans of Arroyo Sequit Canyon, near Malibu, California. Canaliño culture, 500 B.C.-1500 A.D. Length: 5 in.
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0324128
WHALING, 1933.
Whalers cleaning the carcass of a blue whale on the beach. Photograph, 1933. Full credit: Gircke - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0324129
WHALING, 1947.
The carcass of a blue whale on a beach. Photograph, 1947. Full credit: Gircke - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0247611
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA.
A dead blue whale lies on the slip of a whaling station. Roy Andrews.
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0247629
JAPAN.
A finback whale is hoisted out of the water onto a slip. Roy Andrews.
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0247610
JAPAN.
Whaling station workers stand around the carcass of a blue whale. Roy Andrews.
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0247612
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA.
A blue whale, hoisted onto a slip of a whaling station. Roy Andrews.
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0247636
JAPAN.
The skull of a blue whale hangs above whaling workers at a dock. Roy Andrews.
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0247628
JAPAN.
Dock workers strip the flesh from the skeleton of a finback whale. Roy Andrews.
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0247630
JAPAN.
Whalers hoist up parts of a finback whale above a wharf. Roy Andrews.
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0247634
ALASKA, USA.
A dead female finback whale lays on a slip at a whaling station. Roy Andrews.
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0247637
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA.
A skeleton of a finback whale mounted in a museum. Roy Andrews.
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0257681
ANTARCTICA.
Two killer whales surface for air. Herbert G. Ponting.