A humpback whale scoops up as many anchovies as it can. If you look closely, you can see that a pelican is in its mouth! (The pelican escaped unharmed)
Howard Ignatius on Flickr

A humpback whale scoops up as many anchovies as it can. If you look closely, you can see that a pelican is in its mouth! (The pelican escaped unharmed)

Howard Ignatius on Flickr

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