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Find your favourite print of whales of the polar regions. Whales don’t recognize national boundaries. But they do have core geographies and habitats where they most often roam—whether to rest, mate, frolic, or feed. Whales which are known to reside near Antarctica for at least part of the year include humpback whales, orcas, minke whales, and blue whales.
The Arctic is home to 17 different species of whales. Belugas, bowheads, and narwhals are the only whales to inhabit Arctic waters all year round. Others, such as the gray whale and humpback whale, migrate to cool Arctic waters during the summer in search of food sources and to give birth.
Humpback Fluke at Portal Point
Humpback Fluke at Wilhelmina Bay
Humpback Whales in front of Iceberg A-68A
Humpback Whale Diving
Humpback Whale Fluke with Kelp Gulls
Surfacing Humpback Whale