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Choose from 69 pictures in our Wildest Animal Photography collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Fine Art Storehouse.

Sperm whales coming to the surface Featured Wildest Animal Photography Print

Sperm whales coming to the surface

A small pod of sperm whale calves swims to the surface. This pod had been socializing at the surface then dived, continued to play around then came back to the surface as we watched. They continued this behaviour for about 30 minutes. Meanwhile their mothers were down deep looking for food

© Wildestanimal 2015


Dolphins Point Of View Featured Wildest Animal Photography Print

Dolphins Point Of View

A small pod of common dolphins attack a sardine bait ball during the sardine run, off the east coast of South Africa. The common dolphins work as a team to round up the sardines and push them toward the surface

© Wildestanimal 2016

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Whale shark at the surface Featured Wildest Animal Photography Print

Whale shark at the surface

Whale shark surfaces with it's mouth open expecting to be fed by the fisherman standing on the fishing platform. There are thought to be about 30-40 resident whale sharks in the Cenderawasih Bay area that feed by sucking on the fishing nets hanging below these floating fishing platforms, called bagans in the local language. The whales extract plankton, tiny fish and other nutrients by sucking on the fishing nets. They also make a nuisance of themselves, often demanding to be fed by the fishermen, who sometimes feed them in the hope they will go away

© Wildestanimal 2015