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Rare Hawaiian Monk Seal

Rare Hawaiian Monk Seal

Hawaiian Monk Seal ♥ The Hawaiian monk seal, Monachus schauinslandi, is an endangered species of earless seal in the Phocidae family that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. They are solitary animals, like some monks. The Hawaiian monk seal is one of two remaining monk seal species; the other is the Mediterranean monk seal. A third species, the Caribbean monk seal, is extinct. via 100% Animal

Hawaiian Monk Seal ♥ The Hawaiian monk seal, Monachus schauinslandi, is an endangered species of earless seal in the Phocidae family that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. They are solitary animals, like some monks. The Hawaiian monk seal is one of two remaining monk seal species; the other is the Mediterranean monk seal. A third species, the Caribbean monk seal, is extinct. via 100% Animal

An infatuated seal has been snapped hugging a toy version of itself in an adorable selection of photos after zoo staff at Mombetsu Land, Japan, gifted him the fluffy animal.

Smitten seal hugs a toy version of itself

An infatuated seal has been snapped hugging a toy version of itself in an adorable selection of photos after zoo staff at Mombetsu Land, Japan, gifted him the fluffy animal.

Baikal (Nerpa) Seal-lives only in Baikal Lake,thought to be the oldest & deepest lake in the world.Nerpas are nocturnal, which explains their huge eyes.They've also got the wonderfully round, heat conserving body build that many animals evolve in higher latitudes.This makes for an irresistibly adorable seal that mimics a juvenile even as an adult (I looked for pictures of baby Nerpas; but possibly the film spontaneously combusted from cuteness overload-I couldn't find any yet.)

Baikal (Nerpa) Seal-lives only in Baikal Lake,thought to be the oldest & deepest lake in the world.Nerpas are nocturnal, which explains their huge eyes.They've also got the wonderfully round, heat conserving body build that many animals evolve in higher latitudes.This makes for an irresistibly adorable seal that mimics a juvenile even as an adult (I looked for pictures of baby Nerpas; but possibly the film spontaneously combusted from cuteness overload-I couldn't find any yet.)

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