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Photo by @BrianSkerry A harp seal pup about 2 weeks old makes its first swim beneath pack ice while mom watches from behind. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo in the Gulf of St. Lawrence Canada. Wishing everyone an Adventurous New Year Filled With Wonderful Discoveries #HappyNewYear #seals #nature #love #momandbabyanimal by natgeo

Photo by @BrianSkerry A harp seal pup about 2 weeks old makes its first swim beneath pack ice while mom watches from behind. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo in the Gulf of St. Lawrence Canada. Wishing everyone an Adventurous New Year Filled With Wonderful Discoveries #HappyNewYear #seals #nature #love #momandbabyanimal by natgeo

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Der Seehund = literally the “sea dog”, as in seal. :) They’re also called die Robbe (singular) and die Robben (plural) in more general terms. There are 2 different kinds of them on the German coasts...

Der Seehund = literally the “sea dog”, as in seal. :) They’re also called die Robbe (singular) and die Robben (plural) in more general terms. There are 2 different kinds of them on the German coasts...

Photo by @BrianSkerry A harp seal pup about 7 days old opens one eye during a snowstorm on the pack ice in Canadas Gulf of St. Lawrence. Thinning ice due to climate change over the last decade however has caused problems for this species for without stable ice they cannot nurse from their moms and may fall into the icy sea before they are physically prepared. Survival long term will require adapting to the loss of sea ice if these trends continue. Photographed #onassignment for @natgeo…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A harp seal pup about 7 days old opens one eye during a snowstorm on the pack ice in Canadas Gulf of St. Lawrence. Thinning ice due to climate change over the last decade however has caused problems for this species for without stable ice they cannot nurse from their moms and may fall into the icy sea before they are physically prepared. Survival long term will require adapting to the loss of sea ice if these trends continue. Photographed #onassignment for @natgeo…

Endangered Beluga Whales Threatened by Oil Exploration in Alaskas Cook Inlet by patrica

Endangered Beluga Whales Threatened by Oil Exploration in Alaskas Cook Inlet by patrica

We use to go to a bridge, I believe {please someone correct me if I'm wrong}, called Candlestick Bridge, to get a great view of the seals and their young frolicking in the icy water.

We use to go to a bridge, I believe {please someone correct me if I'm wrong}, called Candlestick Bridge, to get a great view of the seals and their young frolicking in the icy water.

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