Indo-Pacific blue marlin, Makaira mazara (formerly known as Makaira nigricans), a tropical marlin species, photographed for the first time in California waters due to the warm ocean water caused by El Niño weather phenomenon, 9 Mile Bank off San Diego, California, USA, Pacific Ocean


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Image ID: 0176286-RHE

Indo-Pacific Blue Marlin, Makaira mazara

Indo-Pacific blue marlin, Makaira mazara (formerly known as Makaira nigricans), a tropical marlin species, photographed for the first time in California waters due to the warm ocean water caused by El Niño weather phenomenon, 9 Mile Bank off San Diego, California, USA, Pacific Ocean
Credit to: BluePlanetArchive / Richard Herrmann

Image dimensions: 7200x4800