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Bryde's Whale bones

Balaenoptera brydei

Description:

I found in the Fernandina Island (a island in the Galapagos Islands) whales bones!!!!!! It's VERY, VERY big!

Habitat:

Galapagos Islands

1 Species ID Suggestions

llundstrom24
llundstrom24 10 years ago
Bryde's Whale
Balaenoptera brydei


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14 Comments

JuliaKachani
JuliaKachani 10 years ago

Thanks very much dandoucette! 1Sarah2 now I see the mission, thanks!

textless
textless 10 years ago

Great photo - very interesting!

1Sarah2
1Sarah2 10 years ago

If you go to the very top of the page and click on Missions, this should move you to the Mission page. You should then have the option to choose the Global mission (under the really big picture). When you click on global, it should move you to the Global missions page. The Signs of Wildlife Mission should be the first Mission listed. Please tell me what you see at that point. If you can't find it, your input will help to locate the problem so that others will be able to see it.

raulalsc
raulalsc 10 years ago

que gran hallazgo hiciste !

Dan Doucette
Dan Doucette 10 years ago

Yes, I put it there. I am a Noah Ranger, we are able to edit spottings so I put it in the mission for you.

JuliaKachani
JuliaKachani 10 years ago

My photo is Already in the mission, do not know how! I'll put the correct ID, thank you!

Dan Doucette
Dan Doucette 10 years ago

Hmmm, I'm not sure why you can't find. I've gone ahead and added it to the mission for you. You will see it on the right hand side of your spotting. You can click it and join the mission. Also when you get a correct ID for your spotting, it would be great if you could edit your spotting and update with the correct common and scientific name.

JuliaKachani
JuliaKachani 10 years ago

I can not find...! :(

1Sarah2
1Sarah2 10 years ago

This is a newer mission, so you may not have seen it when you looked through them before. Yes, they just sneak up on you like that.

Steffi
Steffi 10 years ago

Beautiful!

Dan Doucette
Dan Doucette 10 years ago

You will see the headings at the top of the page - Home, Organisms,Map and then Missions. Click on that and it will show you all the missions Project Noah is involved in. Check the featured, Global and Local and join as many missions as you want. When you upload a new spotting, click on the 'add to mission' space on the right hand side and submit your spotting to up to 5 missions. If you have any more questions don't hesitate to ask.

JuliaKachani
JuliaKachani 10 years ago

How do I put this photo in the Signs of Wildlife mission?

Dan Doucette
Dan Doucette 10 years ago

Neat! This is a perfect submission for the Signs of Wildlife mission.

1Sarah2
1Sarah2 10 years ago

Why don't you add these to the Signs of Wildlife Mission?

JuliaKachani
Spotted by
JuliaKachani

Parroquia Tomas de Berlanga (Santo Tomas), Provincia de Gal√°pagos, Ecuador

Spotted on Sep 15, 2011
Submitted on Sep 15, 2011

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