A female gray whale throws water as she comes to the surface at the Ojo de Liebre lagoon in Guerrero Negro, Mexico, in February 2009. Ojo de Liebre lagoon is one of three primary breeding lagoons that the whales seek in the Baja California peninsula.
A female gray whale throws water as she comes to the surface at the Ojo de Liebre lagoon in Guerrero Negro, Mexico, in February 2009. Ojo de Liebre lagoon is one of three primary breeding lagoons that the whales seek in the Baja California peninsula.
A female gray whale throws water as she comes to the surface at the Ojo de Liebre lagoon in Guerrero Negro, Mexico, in February 2009. Ojo de Liebre lagoon is one of three primary breeding lagoons that the whales seek in the Baja California peninsula.

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