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*  History of slavery in Alaska
From 1911 until the passage of the Fur Seal Act in 1966, the inhabitants of the Pribilof Islands were governed directly by ... New York Times December 19, 1903 SLAVES of the fur seal HARVEST, from the Cascadia Times; published Winter 2005; page 18-19. ... In Russian Alaska, the Promyshlenniki forced Aleut and Alutiiq men to hunt sea otters as part of the Maritime fur trade, taking ...
*  Eared seal
... fur seals) Genus Arctocephalus Antarctic fur seal, A. gazella Guadalupe fur seal, A. townsendi Juan Fernández fur seal, A. ... pusillus South African fur seal, A. pusillus pusillus Australian fur seal, A. pusillus doriferus New Zealand fur seal (or ... forsteri Subantarctic fur seal, A. tropicalis South American fur seal, A. australis Genus Callorhinus Northern fur seal, C. ... It probably arose from the extinct fur seal genus Thalassoleon. Traditionally, otariids had been subdivided into the fur seal ( ...
*  Tourism in Uruguay
About 8 kilometers southeast of Punta del Este is the Lobos Island full of South American fur seals. Piriápolis is a city and ...
*  Wright Rock
It is also an important haul-out site for Australian fur seals, with pups being born there occasionally. Tasmania portal ...
*  Open Bay Islands
New Zealand fur seals currently numbering in thousands recolonize and show some recoveries after ceases of commercial sealing. ... A sealing gang with ten members was brought to the islands by the Active from Sydney. The men had very basic provisions: some ... The ship, which left the islands on 16 February 1810, was not seen again, and the sealing gang was assumed to have been lost ... Smith, Ian W.G. (June 2002). "The New Zealand Sealing Industry" (PDF). Department of Conservation. pp. 25, 32. Retrieved 14 ...
*  The Friars (Tasmania)
Australian fur seals, and possibly New Zealand fur seals, use the rocks as a regular haul-out site. Brothers, Nigel; Pemberton ...
*  Eddystone (Tasmania)
Australian and New Zealand fur seals haul-out on the lower ledges when seas are not too rough. Together with the nearby Pedra ...
*  Whaling in the Sea of Okhotsk
They shot ducks and geese, swans, and seabirds, and caught seals, fur seals, sea lions, fox, and moose. Bears were killed for ... Ships traded tobacco, calico, and tea with the natives for reindeer, salmon, whalebone, and furs. They also traded with each ...
*  Earless seal
They are sometimes called crawling seals to distinguish them from the fur seals and sea lions of the family Otariidae. Seals ... The earless seals, phocids or true seals are one of the three main groups of mammals within the seal lineage, Pinnipedia. All ... Phoca vitulina Spotted seal, Phoca largha Genus Pusa Ringed seal, Pusa hispida (formerly Phoca hispida) Baikal seal, Pusa ... Devinophoca Bearded seal, Erignathus barbatus Hooded seal, Cystophora cristata Tribe Phocini Genus Phoca Harbor seal or common ...
*  Cape Cross
The reserve is the home of one of the largest colonies of Cape fur seals in the world. Cape Cross is one of two main sites in ... The economic impact of seals on the fish resources is controversial: While a government-initiated study found that seal ... Republic of Namibia Ministry of Environment and Tourism: Cape Cross Seal Reserve The Seals of Nam. ... "Time for Namibia to see the tourism value of seals". The Namibian. 17 June 2010. Archived from the original on 17 March 2012. ...
*  Protected areas of Namibia
The reserve is the home of one of the largest colonies of Cape fur seals in the world. Cape Cross is one of two main sites in ... The economic impact of seals on the fish resources is controversial: While a government-initiated study found that seal ... "Time for Namibia to see the tourism value of seals". The Namibian. 17 June 2010. Retrieved 8 May 2013. "Caprivi Game Park". ... Weidlich, Brigitte (28 June 2007). "Seal quota down for this season". The Namibian. Retrieved 8 May 2013. " ...
*  Western Port
Seal Rock off Phillip Island is home to the largest colony of Australian fur seals and a breeding site of kelp gulls and sooty ... It is visited by Australian fur seals, whales and dolphins, as well as many migratory waders and seabirds. It is listed under ... Penguin Reserve - visited at dusk to watch the penguins return to their burrows in the sand dunes Seal Rocks - viewed through ... Phillip Island Guide Corinella information French Island and Phillip Island Ferry Seal Rock Cruises Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife ...
*  Judgement Rocks
The island hosts Tasmania's largest breeding colony of Australian fur seals, which also attracts visits by killer whales. The ...
*  Benjamin Morrell
Tartar finally reached New York Harbour on May 8, 1826 with a main cargo of 6,000 fur seals. This haul did not please Morrell's ... After revisiting the Galapagos Islands and gathering a harvest of fur seal and terrapin, Tartar began a slow journey home on ... The two ships were jointly commissioned to return to the South Seas for sealing, trading and exploration, and "to ascertain the ... They then separated, Wasp travelling east in search of sealing grounds. Morrell's account of the next few months of the voyage ...
*  Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
The Seal Sanctuary features Australian sea lions, Australian fur seals, subantarctic fur seals, and New Zealand fur seals. In ... In 2008 the seal sanctuary was closed and the seals were sent to Sea World, Gold Coast, Australia. The seal sanctuary was then ... The Seal Sanctuary is incorporated into the Southern Oceans exhibit, which also features little penguins, the Open Ocean ... In December 1991, the first Seal Sanctuary was opened. Since then, Sydney Aquarium has upgraded the facilities and a new ...
*  Cathedral Caves
Often blue penguins and fur seals will emerge from the gloom at the far end of the cave. The 199m-long cave is formed in ...
*  Moutohora Island
Other species present include common forest birds, captive-bred red crowned parakeets, three lizard species and fur seals. ...
*  Point Labatt
Other species of Pinniped sighted at Point Labatt include Australian fur seal and New Zealand fur seal. Other mammal species ... particularly as it and Seal Bay on Kangaroo Island are the only two places where Australian sea-lions can be easily observed in ...
*  Mount Alverstone
He served on various arbitration commissions including the one dealing with the Bering Sea Fur seal controversy. In the Alaska ...
*  Hong Kong-Namibia relations
Namibian cap fur seal trade is concerned by western media though Namibia still allows annual seal hunt. Seal gentitalia is ... Katarzyna Nowak, Cape Fur Seal Trade Remains Shrouded in Secrecy, National Geographic, 21-09-2016, accessed 30 October 2017. " ...
*  HMCS Thiepval
Thiepval also carried out seal counts as part of the North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911. On at least one occasion, she ...
*  Otago Harbour
The bay and peninsula provides a critical habitat for Hooker's sea lions and New Zealand fur seal. Southern elephant and ... seal colony, and Fort Taiaroa) Otakou Harwood Portobello Broad Bay Macandrew Bay Challis Andersons Bay Category:Otago Harbour ... leopard seals are occasional visitors into the harbor. In total, four species of pinnipeds, and at least nine or more species ...
*  Samson Dyer
The greater part of the Cape fur seal colony was to be found on neighbouring Geyser Rock. With the guano-boom of the 19th ... Geyser Rock now supports a colony of some 40,000 fur seals, and consequently the channel between the two islands is a rich ... that he was permanently employed culling seals and had prepared skins of some 24,000 seals over four seasons. In 1813 he ... seal oil, penguin eggs and guano. Dyer invested his money in the purchase of a number of farms, such as Platterug and ...
*  Flora and fauna of the Kerguelen Islands
Seals and fur seals: Southern elephant seal (Mirounga leonina) Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) Leopard seal ( ... As a consequence, marine mammals, especially seals, and seabirds and penguins are numerous. ...
*  Moe Island
The cryptogamic flora is diverse, though in places the moss turf is subject to damage by Antarctic fur seals. The mites ...
*  Prince Edward Islands
... including the southern elephant seal, the Antarctic fur seal, and the Subantarctic fur seal. The waters surrounding the islands ... He also saw fur seals, which he supposed to be of the species Arctocephalus falklandicus. The islands were finally surveyed ... The islands were frequented by sealers until about 1810, when the local fur seal populations had been nearly eradicated. The ... The first recorded landing on the islands was in 1799 by a group of French seal hunters of the Sally. Another landing in late ...