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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Common dolphin are distributed across the globe and are abundant in both temperate and tropical offshore waters. Their penchant for bow riding on ocean going ships makes them one of most frequently encountered dolphins. #dolphins #ocean @natgeocreative @natgeo @saveourseasfoundation If you want to see more images from the high seas follow @thomaspeschak

Photograph by @thomaspeschak Cape Gannet pairs will often play with discarded feathers to strengthen their pair bond.The feather is passed from one bird to the other and sometimes even acrobatically tossed into the air. Unpublished photograph from the Dec 2014 @natgeo magazine story Cross Currents. #southafrica @thephotosociety @natgeocreative To see more unpublished images from this story check out and follow @natgeo photographer @thomaspeschak by natgeo

“Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of spinner dolphins mother and calves socialize in the shallow waters off Oahu, Hawaii. Spinners are among the most social…”

Photo by @BrianSkerry A tiny seahorse swims just below the surface of the water within a mangrove in #Belize. Mangroves are critical habitat for many sea creatures and a natural nursery for juvenile animals. This seahorse has the ability to mimic the surrounding habit on its body in an effort to camouflage itself. Photographed #onassignment for @natgeo and a story about the #mesoamericanreef. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #seahorse #underwater #OceanWildTour #nature #mangroves by natgeo

Photo by @nickcobbing from an expedition on Svalbard this summer. This male bearded seal was relaxing on a piece of glacial ice in a fjord. As with all the ice dependent Arctic seals bearded seals are facing new challenges. Sea ice has been declining in the fjords around the Arctic archipelago where I photographed this one. The bearded seals future is also linked to the polar bears of Svalbard. Bearded seals are the most important food source for polar bears that have remained in shore…

Photograph by @thomaspeschak A blue whale surfaces close to a traditional Sri Lankan vessel. The worlds largest whale migrates past Sri Lanka's south and east coast every year. #srilanka #bluewhale @thephotosociety @natgeocreative by natgeo

Photograph by @paulnicklen while on assignment for @natgeo along the BC coast. What initially appears as play, was in fact coordinated hunting behavior where the dolphins entered the water together, at great speed, splitting the bait ball of herring that was just below the surface. The fact that they can be swimming along at 20mph, then leap from the water high into the air and finally enter the water, barely touching one another in this calculated and coordinated move to orchestrate a…