Seals

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Seal waking up from sleep

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Falklands -baby seal

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Crabeater Seal wanting a zodiac ride

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This fur seal is a fairly large animal and has a short and broad snout

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Family Photo

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Antarctic fur seal eats about a ton in a year

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Baby fur seal

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bout one in 1000 Antarctic fur seals are pale 'blonde' variants.

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Lazy afternoon

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Elephant seals are the largest of all seals.

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Swim time

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Get outta my way!

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They are called elephant seals partly because of their size and also partly because of the males snout

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Elephant seal pups are born in the Antarctic spring

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Weddell Seal

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Family of seal on an iceberg

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Relaxing on the ice

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Leopard Seals are named after their spotted coats

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Antarctic fur seals typically feed on krill, squid and fish

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Each seal consumes about 20kg of krill per da

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