Sometimes one photo can tell the whole story. Here we see an active oceanic hot spot with a feeding frenzy of common dolphins and sooty shearwaters. Soon, the tall spout of a humpback whale is seen as the big cetacean joins the banquet
Megaptera novaeangliae spout in line of Delphinus & Puffinus 2014 07-11 SB Channel West-006
A sooty shearwater (Puffinus griseus). The shearwaters are members of the Order Procellariiformes which are seabirds that have two tubes on top of their snouts which can detect very faint odors and find patches of widely dispersed food on the open ocean.