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*  Aquatic mammal
In contrast, other aquatic mammals, such as dolphins, manatees, seals, and hippopotamuses, have lost their fur in favor of a ... Family Phocidae Genus Pusa Baikal seal (Pusa sibirica) Ladoga seal (Pusa hispida ladogensis) Saimaa seal (Pusa hispida ... Baikal seal pups have higher levels of DDT and PCB than known in any other population of European or Arctic earless seal. In ... Dolin, Eric J. (2010). Fur, Fortune, and Empire: The Epic History of the Fur Trade in America. New York: W. W. Norton and ...
*  Signy Island
Antarctic fur seals haul out in large numbers varying up to over 20,000. Weddell seals breed in winter on the sea ice around ...
*  Sugarloaf Rock (Curtis Group)
It is also used as a haul-out site for Australian fur seals. Some of the flora that were recorded on Sugarloaf Rock are the ...
*  David Starr Jordan
1898). The Fur Seals and Fur-Seal Islands of the North Pacific Ocean. (1898). Footnotes to Evolution. (1899). The Book of ... 1906). "Pelagic Sealing and the Fur Seal Herd," The Pacific Monthly 15, No. 6, pp. 517-522 [with George A. Clark]. (1906). " ...
*  Louth Bay, South Australia
"Headless fur seals found on beach in SA treated as suspicious by authorities". ABC. 2014-08-25. Retrieved 2014-08-26. ... On 21 August 2014 the decapitated bodies of two New Zealand fur seals were found near Louth Bay. The circumstances surrounding ...
*  Southern Ocean
... seals, leopard seals, fur seals, squid, icefish, penguins, albatrosses and many other birds. The benthic communities of the ... The Weddell seal, a "true seal", is named after Sir James Weddell, commander of British sealing expeditions in the Weddell Sea ... The Antarctic fur seal was very heavily hunted in the 18th and 19th centuries for its pelt by sealers from the United States ... and Weddell seals (Leptonychotes weddellii) form breeding colonies, whereas leopard seals (Hydrurga leptonyx) and Ross seals ( ...
*  Pope's Eye
The site is often visited by Australian fur seals and Burrunan (bottlenose) dolphins. Victoria portal environment portal ...
*  Aleutian tradition
Among the Rat Islands people hunted large numbers of sea otters and harbor seals, some migratory whales and fur seals, fish, ... Migratory animals hunted included humpback and baleen whales, fur seals, salmon, and birds. On the Islands themselves there was ... Most of the bones found were Arctic foxes (73) and 36 were sea lions and harbor seals. There were 1,061 bird remains found that ... Subsistence included a wide range of sea mammals including seal and walrus, along with the hunting of caribou and muskox and ...
*  Elizabeth Bay, Namibia
Elizabeth Bay is home to forty percent of the world's Cape fur seals. The derelict theater building in Elizabeth Bay was filmed ...
*  Great South Australian Coastal Upwelling System
These animals feed predators such as seabirds, fishes, Australian fur seals, and penguins. The upwelling plays also an ... Beginning in the mid-1840s, whaling and sealing were established as organized industries off the Bonney Coast. Today, southern ...
*  Unihemispheric slow-wave sleep
The neurotransmitter acetylcholine has been linked to hemispheric activation in northern fur seals. Researchers studied seals ... four different species of eared seals have been found to exhibit USWS including Northern fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus) ... Significant research has been done illustrating that the northern fur seal can alternate between BSWS and USWS depending on its ... "Cortical Acetylcholine Release Is Lateralized during Asymmetrical Slow-Wave Sleep in Northern Fur Seals". The Journal of ...
*  African penguin
Some colonies (e.g. on Dyer Island) are suspected to be under heavy pressure from predation by Cape fur seals and may benefit ... Predators in the ocean include sharks, Cape fur seals and, on occasion, orcas. Land-based enemies include mongooses, genets, ... Makhado, A.B.; M.A. Meÿer; R.J.M. Crawford; L.G Underhill & C. Wilke (2009). "The efficacy of culling seals seen preying on ...
*  Presidency of Ulysses S. Grant
Grant also signed legislation that protected northern fur seals on Alaska's Pribilof Islands. This was the first law in U.S. ...
*  Litchfield Island
Southern elephant seals and Antarctic fur seals commonly haul out on the island. List of Antarctic and subantarctic islands " ...
*  Lions Rump
Southern elephant seals, Antarctic fur seals and Weddell seals breed on the beaches. The boundary of the 149 ha (370-acre) IBA ...
*  Auckland Zoo
New Zealand fur seals, a subantarctic fur seal, little blue penguins and several shore birds. This exhibit is now named 'The ... he is later joined by a female New Zealand fur seal, Moana, in June 2006 and a male Sub Antarctic fur seal, Orua, in August ... In November 2011, a male New Zealand fur seal arrived named Atamai. He lives at The Coast exhibit in the Te Wao Nui complex.[ ... In November 2005, a male New Zealand fur seal, Kaioko, arrives at Auckland Zoo, ...
*  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries Office for Law Enforcement
Fur Seal Act Amendments of 1983 (16 U.S.C. 1151-1175) • High Seas Fishing Compliance Act (16 U.S.C. 5506[a]) • Land Remote- ...
*  Flat Top Island
The island is a haul-out site for the Australian fur seal. The Tasmanian tree skink is present. Tasmania portal Islands portal ...
*  Haida Eddies
They are thought to influence winter feeding habits of northern fur seals by providing food at a low energy expense. ... Ream, Rolf R.; Sterling, Jeremy T.; Loughlin, Thomas R. "Oceanographic features related to northern fur seal migratory ...
*  Albatross Island (Tasmania)
The island is visited regularly by Australian fur seals and New Zealand fur seals. Reptiles include the metallic skink and ...
*  Lake Moeraki
Occasionally, other pinnipeds such as New Zealand fur seals and sea lions visit around. Hector's dolphins may possibly swim ... Since 1989, A bull southern elephant seal, named "Humphrey" returns annually . This species is rather rare on New Zealand ...
*  Macquarie Island
... subantarctic fur seals, Antarctic fur seals, New Zealand fur seals and southern elephant seals - over 80,000 individuals of ... The island's fur seals, elephant seals and penguins were killed for fur and blubber. Rats and mice that were inadvertently ... been claimed as a distinct subspecies of fur seals with thicker furs by scientists although it is unclear whether these seals ... Between 1810 and 1919, seals and then penguins were hunted almost to the point of extinction. The conditions on the island and ...
*  Michael Bigg
He researched northern fur seals in British Columbia and the Pribilof Islands of Alaska. In 1972, Bigg organized a sea otter ... and harbor seals. His PhD, awarded in 1972, was based on the reproductive ecology of harbor seals. In recent decades, the ... He also conducted research on Steller sea lions, California sea lions, and harbor seals. In 1984, Mike was diagnosed with ... "While studying seals, sea lions, or other species in the field he disregarded departmental memos ordering him to forget about ...
*  Naeraberg
While fishing Australian waters the ship was reported to have netted a whale shark, and causing the deaths of fur seals, ... "Trawler Geelong Star kills 'small number' of fur seals during fishing trip off NSW". ABC. February 17, 2016. Retrieved November ...
*  Molluscivore
Pinnipeds: Elephant seals, Ross seals and South American fur seals are classed as molluscivores. The walrus eats benthic ... The walrus sucks the meat out by sealing its powerful lips to the organism and withdrawing its piston-like tongue rapidly into ... The walrus sucks meat out of bivalve molluscs by sealing its powerful lips to the organism and withdrawing its piston-like ...
*  Fauna of South Africa
... their black-and-white fur serves the same function as that of skunks. The only seal native to the region is the brown fur seal ... It differs from the European hedgehog in having a dark face bordered by white fur and longer legs, an adaptation to a warmer ...
*  Berryteuthis magister
Other predators include seabirds, northern fur seals, grenadiers, halibut and several species of salmon. "CephBase: ...