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Ecuador-Galapagos-Seal-Jessica Featured Seals & Sea Lions Image


A seal rests on the shores of San Cristobal island in the Galapagos Islands, 26 January 2001. The Ecuadorean-registered tanker "Jessica" ran aground 16 January 2001 spilling most of its cargo of diesel and bunker fuel. The spill continues to threaten animal species native only to the islands, including 10.000 giant tortoises. (FILM) AFP PHOTO (Photo by AFP / AFP)

Us-Feature-Animal-Sea Lion and Seal Rescue Featured Seals & Sea Lions Image

Us-Feature-Animal-Sea Lion and Seal Rescue

A rescued sea lion rests in a holding pen at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach, California, on March 30, 2015. Record numbers of starving baby sea lions continue to wash ashore in California and the problem has shown no sign of abating. According to the New York Times, experts suspect that unusually warm waters are causing food to become more scarce, causing the mother to leave their pups on their own while the mother hunts for food. Left on their own, the pups can not find food and become sick and emaciated, swimming to shore to prevent themselves from drowning. AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK / AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK

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Animaux-Phoques Featured Seals & Sea Lions Image


"LES PHOQUES, UNE COLONIE DE MIGRANTS QUI PROSPERE EN BAIE DE SOMME" - Photo prise en 2002 d'un phoque adulte nageant en baie de somme au large du Hourdel qui beneficie de son statut de reserve naturelle. Completement disparus apres-guerre des suites d'une chasse intensive pour la fourrure et la graisse, les phoques sont revenus petit a petit en baie de Somme dans les annees 80, fruit des efforts perseverants de l'Association Picardie-Nature, dont responsable et benevoles patrouillent sans relache par terre et par mer pour que cette colonie prospere. PHOTO AFP LAETITIA DUPUIS / AFP PHOTO / LAETITIA DUPUIS

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