Last month, wildlife photographer Chase Dekker captured an incredible moment on camera. While he was photographing humpback whales lunge feeding on Monterey Bay, he captured the moment when an unlucky sea lion got trapped inside a whale’s mouth.
Dekker has been photographing these kinds of feeding frenzies for years, but he tells PetaPixel that he had never seen anything like this.
“Typically what happens is the sea lions are at the surface as they don’t dive as long and as deep and when the whales start racing up to the surface to lunge and catch the fish, the sea lions can see, hear, and sense them coming and jump out of the way,” explains Dekker. “Occasionally, you’ll see a sea lion riding the wake of a lunging whale or maybe bumping the side, but nothing like…
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