Pilot Whale Pictures de Tue, 23 May 2017 00:04:48 PDT Long Finned Pilot Whales Wed, 20 Jan 2010 09:53:21 PDT <h2>During a whale watching excursion, Long-finned Pilot Whales are seen swimming in the Pleasant Bay in the Gulf of St Lawrence.</h2>The Long-finned Pilot Whales are seen swimming in Pleasant Bay during a whale watching excursion. The awesome mammals glide through the blue waters. The pilot whales are part of the dolphin family. Pleasant Bay is located in the Gulf of St Lawrence....<br /><a href=""><img src= /></a> long-finned-pilot-whales-2641 Long Finned Pilot Whales Globicephala Melas Dolphins Wed, 23 Sep 2009 11:17:11 PDT <h2>Belonging to the Oceanic dolphin family, Long Finned Pilot whales are actually dolphins rather than whales although at times they behave like whales. Their scientific name is Globicephala melas.</h2>A highly social marine mammal, Long Finned Pilot Whales, aka Globicephala melas, are often found in large pods of around 100 animals.ppAlthough they are actually dolphins, they often behave more like whales....<br /><a href=""><img src= /></a> long-finned-pilot-whales-globicephala-melas-dolphins-2640 Long Finned Pilot Whales Picture Wed, 27 Feb 2008 14:02:10 PDT <h2>Once the small black dorsal fins of the Long Finned Pilot Whales are seen aboard a whale watching excursion in the Gulf of St Lawrence in Nova Scotia, tourists begin taking pictures.</h2>Between the waves of the Gulf of St Lawrence in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, black dorsal fins are spotted by passengers aboard a whale watching tour. Each picture that is taken is confirmation that this tour boat has come across a pod of Long Finned Pilot Whales playing in the area....<br /><a href=""><img src= /></a> long-finned-pilot-whales-picture-2642 Cape Breton Long Finned Pilot Whales Mon, 18 Feb 2008 13:59:09 PDT <h2>In the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, we ventured out on a whale watching excursion to find the Long-Finned Pilot Whales.</h2>We booked a whale watching trip from Pleasant Bay in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, where we headed out into the Gulf of St Lawrence and encountered Long-Finned Pilot Whales. Although called whales, they are actually members of the dolphin family....<br /><a href=""><img src= /></a> cape-breton-long-finned-pilot-whales-2643 Long Finned Pilot Whales Nova Scotia Tue, 30 Oct 2007 12:02:27 PDT <h2>On a whale watching excursion in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia we were lucky to come across some Long-Finned Pilot Whales as they surface nearby.</h2>Long-Finned Pilot Whales are not actually whales at all but belong to the dolphin family just like a Killer Whale. These whales are very social mammals and have very round distinctive foreheads which makes them easy to recognize in the wild....<br /><a href=""><img src= /></a> long-finned-pilot-whales-nova-scotia-2646