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*  Fur seal
... townsendi Juan Fernández fur seal, A. philippii New Zealand fur seal or southern fur seal, A. forsteri South American fur seal ... Many populations, notably the Guadalupe fur seal, northern fur seal, and Cape fur seal, suffered dramatic declines and are ... Subfamily Arctocephalinae Genus Arctocephalus Antarctic fur seal, A. gazella Brown fur seal, A. pusillus South African fur seal ... A. pusillus pusillus Australian fur seal, A. pusillus doriferus Galápagos fur seal, A. galapagoensis Guadalupe fur seal, A. ...
*  Fur Seal Cove
... (60°44′S 45°36′W / 60.733°S 45.600°W / -60.733; -45.600Coordinates: 60°44′S 45°36′W / 60.733°S 45.600°W / - ... It was so named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee because a large number of fur seals frequent the cove and adjacent ... "Fur Seal Cove". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-04-12. This article ... "Fur Seal Cove" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).. ...
*  Guadalupe fur seal
The seals are one of the few with visible earflaps, confirming it is not a Phocidaen/true seal. Guadalupe fur seals breed along ... The Guadalupe fur seal (Arctocephalus townsendi) is one of six members of the fur seal genus Arctocephalus. Sealers reduced the ... US National Marine Fisheries Service Guadalupe Fur Seal web page ARKive - images and movies of the Guadalupe fur seal ( ... The principal cause of the decline in Guadalupe fur seals was commercial sealing. The species is now protected from such ...
*  Subantarctic fur seal
The subantarctic fur seal is medium-sized compared with other fur seals. Males grow to 2 m and 160 kg, whereas females are ... Subantarctic fur seals live for about 20-25 years. Subantarctic fur seals are geographically widespread. As their name implies ... Subantarctic fur seals hunt in shallow waters at night, when myctophid fish come close to the surface. They also feed on squid ... Unlike the Antarctic fur seal, whose genetic variation is low due to hunting making all but one breeding colony extinct by 1900 ...
*  Galápagos fur seal
Galápagos fur seals have the lowest reproductive rate reported in seals, and it takes an unusually long time to raise seal pups ... Galápagos fur seals have had a declining population since the 19th century. Thousands of these seals were killed for their fur ... Most seal species spend 50% of their time on land and 50% in the water. The Galápagos fur seal is endemic to the Galápagos ... Galápagos fur seals are the smallest of otariids. They have a grayish brown fur coat. The adult males of the species average ...
*  Northern fur seal
... other fur seal found in the Northern Hemisphere is the Guadalupe fur seal which overlaps slightly with the northern fur seal's ... This trade led to a decline in fur seal numbers. Restrictions were first placed on fur seal harvest on the Pribilof Islands by ... Behavior and Ecology of the Northern Fur Seal. Princeton University Press, 1998 ISBN 0-691-03345-5 "North Pacific Fur Seal ... images and movies of the northern fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus) NOAA's National Marine Mammal Laboratory northern fur seal ...
*  Antarctic fur seal
The Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) is one of eight seals in the genus Arctocephalus, and one of nine fur seals in ... The species is also known as the Kerguelen fur seal. This fur seal is a fairly large animal and has a short and broad snout ... Fur Seal Preys on Penguin Facts about Fur Seal. ... Leopard seals eat Antarctic fur seal pups. Survival of suckling ... Other islands in Antarctic waters may have a few hundred to a thousand such seals. Antarctic fur seals typically feed on krill ...
*  Brown fur seal
... also known as the Cape fur seal, South African fur seal and the Australian fur seal is a species of fur seal. The brown fur ... South African and Australian Fur Seals. Seal Conservation Society. Accessed 7 February 2013. Photos of brown fur seals at Cape ... When at sea, fur seals travel in small feeding groups. Brown fur seals begin to breed in the middle of October, when males haul ... The Australian fur seal mostly eats squid, octopus, fish and lobsters. The brown fur seal dives for its food. The African ...
*  Fur Seal Point
... , sometimes referred to as Fur Seal Beach, is a cape midway along the eastern coast of Clarence Island, the ... "Fur Seal Point, Clarence Island". BirdLife data zone: Important Bird Areas. BirdLife International. 2012. Archived from the ...
*  South American fur seal
Marine Mammals > Species: Arctocephalus australis (South American fur seal) South American Fur Seal, Arctocephalus australis at ... The South American fur seal has a dark grey coat of fur. The males of the species are almost entirely this color, though they ... The South American fur seal is found on neotropical ocean coasts from the Paracas Peninsula of southern Peru south to Cape Horn ... The South American fur seal (Arctocephalus australis) breeds on the coasts of Chile, Peru, and Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil. ...
*  Juan Fernández fur seal
The Juan Fernández fur seal is the second smallest of the fur seals, second only to the Galápagos fur seal. They are found only ... The Juan Fernandez fur seal is part of the group of eared seals. Fur seals in general have thick insulating fur that protects ... The Juan Fernandez fur seal is the second smallest fur seal, second only to the Galápagos fur seal. Their bodies are short and ... Fur seals are different from true seals because they have the external ear flaps, but also true seals use their chest for ...
*  Pribilof Fur Seal Monument
The Pribilof Fur Seal Monument is a tribute to the Aleut sealers of the Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea of Alaska on the ... www.adn.com/article/st-paul-island-community-celebrate-100-years-fur-seal-harvests. ... 100th Anniversary of the signing of the North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911. http:// ...
*  North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911
On the 100th anniversary of the treaty in 2011, the Pribilof Fur Seal Monument was erected. "North Pacific Fur Seal Treaty of ... designed to manage the commercial harvest of fur bearing mammals (such as Northern fur seals and sea otters) in the Pribilof ... The North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911, formally known as the Convention between the United States and Other Powers ... However, the treaty set precedent for future national and international laws and treaties, including the Fur Seal Act of 1966 ...
*  Seal Rocks, New South Wales
Seal Rocks was named after the Australian fur seals that were often seen on the rocks near the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse. ... Seal Rocks fights for serenity, The Sydney Morning Herald, 10 May 2010 "Australian fur-seal - vulnerable species listing". NSW ... "Fur-Seals". Wild about whales blog. National Parks and Wildlife Service (New South Wales). Retrieved 8 April 2012. Australia's ... There is some evidence that a breeding colony of seals once existed at Seal Rocks, although the species no longer breeds in NSW ...
*  Fauna of Africa
Among the marine mammals there are several species of dolphins, 2 species of sirenians and seals (e.g. Cape fur seals). Of the ...
*  Farallon Islands
It is not known whether the northern fur seal or the Guadalupe fur seal were the islands' native fur seal, although the ... These are the northern elephant seal, harbor seal, Steller's sea lion, California sea lion, and the northern fur seal (the last ... "Farallon Island Fur Seals". Bay Nature. Retrieved 2012-12-19. Juliet Grable (2011-10-05). "Fur Seals Making a Comeback on the ... By 1818 the seals diminished rapidly until only about 500 could be taken annually and within the next few years, the fur seal ...
*  Timeline of history of environmentalism
Fur Seal Act. - National Historic Preservation Act - Air inversion in New York City - 1966 Palomares B-52 crash - Ralph Nader ...
*  Agulhas Bank
"South African Fur Seal". Seal Conservation Society. 2011. Retrieved 12 November 2016. Nuwer, Rachel (March 2015). "Fur Seals ... Cape fur seals are present along the South African coast. Fur seals are protected in South Africa since 1893 although a small ... Sharks are known to prey on them, but in 2012 a cape fur seal was observed preying on and consuming a mid-sized blue shark. 51 ... Many seals are caught in fishery nets and boat propellers, but the seals are also regularly accused of stealing fish from the ...
*  Brian Jeffriess
Austin, Nigel (2013-07-29). "Fur seals devastating marine eco-system". The Advertiser. Retrieved 2015-02-25. "Super trawler not ... Jeffriess has supported the need to research and manage New Zealand fur seal populations in South Australia and has described ...
*  Iony Island
The Russian fur-seal islands. Washington, Govt. Print. Off. Jordan, David Starr (1898). The fur seals and fur-seal islands of ... Schooners hunted fur seals on the island between 1889 and 1896. At least 2,250 were caught, with a peak of 879 by four ...
*  The Skerries (Victoria)
They are the site of a significant Australian fur seal colony, with an estimated 14000 seals (12.4% of the population) in 2010 ... "Continued population recovery by Australian fur seals". Marine and Freshwater Research. 61 (6): 695-701. doi:10.1071/MF09213. ...
*  Little penguin
... s in the wild are sometimes preyed upon by long-nosed fur seals. A study conducted by researchers from the South ... Littlely, Bryan (10 October 2007). "Fur seals threat to Granite Island penguins". The Advertiser. p. 23. "Dogs come to fairy ... Australian Research and Development Institute found that roughly 40 percent of seal droppings in South Australia's Granite ...
*  Kanowna Island
It is home to a significant breeding colonies of Australian fur seal, with an estimated 15000 seals (13.3% of the population) ... "Continued population recovery by Australian fur seals". Marine and Freshwater Research. 61 (6): 695-701. doi:10.1071/MF09213. ...
*  Hornaday Rock
From 1907 he was a leader in the fight to introduce protective legislation for fur seals; fur seals breed on nearby Bird Island ...
*  Summerland Peninsula
The protection of Seal Rocks as a significant Australian fur seal breeding and nursery site, national and state protection of ... The area includes the offshore rock formations of the Nobbies, three small islands, and Seal Rocks (Seal Rock and Black Rock) ... the second largest breeding colony of Australian Fur Seals (Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus) in the world, one of the largest ... A long-term case study with Australian fur seals". Marine Pollution Bulletin. 101 (2): 716-725. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.10 ...
*  Earmuffs
He reportedly came up with the idea while ice skating, and had his grandmother sew tufts of fur between loops of wire. He was ... Muffs should make a good seal against the head and should fully cover the outer ear without pushing against the ears. ... Improper fit, device deterioration, and a poor seal with the head all contribute to reduced device performance. Despite these ... causing the seal to be broken between the earcup and skin and allowing sound to leak in. It is also important to consider the ...