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*  Randall William Davis
1986) Diving behavior of Antarctic fur seals. In: Fur Seals: Maternal Strategies on Land and at Sea. (RL Gentry and GL Kooyman ... northern elephant seals in California, southern elephant seals in Argentina, and spotted seals in Alaska. He has also conducted ... 1985) Fur seal diving behavior relates to vertical distribution of krill. (1985) Journal of Animal Ecology 54:1-8 Gamel CM, ... He spent that summer attaching TDRs to northern fur seals on the Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea, then sailed on the ...
*  Two Oceans Aquarium
Previously known as the Seal Pool Exhibit. Cape Fur Seal are no longer kept at the aquarium. The last 4 resident seals were ... A place for visitors to look out the old seal pool and maybe even see the rockhopper penguins swimming. ...
*  Cape Palliser
It is also home to a permanent fur seal colony. Cape Palliser was named by Captain James Cook in honour of 'his worthy friend' ...
*  Fishing industry in New Zealand
1875: Seal hunting restricted to a short annual season. 1894: Protection of fur seal population due to declining numbers. 1908 ... 2005: First criminal conviction for killing a fur seal is handed down. 2005: Thirty five squid boats ordered to return to port ...
*  Halifax Island
Brown fur seal also come over to hunt the penguins. "Halifax Island, Namibia". Animal Demography Unit, University of Cape Town ... They were given exclusive rights to mine guano and hunt seals. Penguin guano on the island was 120 feet thick in the early 19th ...
*  Timeline of the New Zealand environment
1894 Protection of fur seal population due to declining numbers. Lyall's wren becomes extinct, killed by cats. Tongariro ... 28 July - First criminal conviction for killing a fur seal is handed down. September - Rock snot found in the Buller River. ... 1875 Seal hunting restricted to a short annual season. 1876 Rabbit Nuisance Act passed. 1879 Ferrets introduced to control ...
*  St. Paul, Alaska
... the fur seals had been severely over-harvested and only an estimated 200,000 fur seals remained. The 1910 Fur Seal Treaty ended ... In 1983, Congress passed the Fur Seal Act Amendments, which ended government control of the commercial seal harvest and most of ... Edging the fur seal rookeries, the two species cohabit easily. A large herd of reindeer roam the island[citation needed]. Of ... Ownership of fur seal pelts is now prohibited except for subsistence purposes. No fewer than 287 species of birds have been ...
*  DNA virus
Fur seal feces-associated circular DNA virus was isolated from the faeces of a fur seal (Arctocephalus forsteri) in New Zealand ... It appears to be related to the fur seal virus. Two viruses have been described from the nesting material yellow crowned ... Sikorski A, Dayaram A, Varsani A (2013). "Identification of a Novel Circular DNA Virus in New Zealand Fur Seal (Arctocephalus ... sealing the portal, and constructing a platform for tail attachment. Only a single gene encoding the putative ATPase subunit of ...
*  Maatsuyker Islands
Seals are common and include both New Zealand and Australian fur seals. The Maatsuyker group is well known for its abundant ... Brothers, N; D Pemberton (1990). "Status of Australian and New-Zealand Fur Seals at Maatsuyker Island, Southwestern Tasmania". ...
*  Pituffik
There is evidence of hairless fur seals, and muskoxen with deformed hooves; the pollution remaining a contentious issue between ...
*  Pribilof Islands
Under the Fur Seal Act of 1966, hunting of the seals was forbidden in the Pribilofs, with the exception of subsistence hunting ... but the industry shrank considerably owing to seal-hunting on the open sea. The North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911 was ... His films of fur seals led to efforts to protect the animals. The buildings on St. George and St. Paul islands related to the ... Fur Seal Act of 1966 (16 U.S.C. 1151-1187, P.L. 89-702, November 2, 1966, 80 Stat. 1091) The AMIQ Institute - a research ...
*  Motunau Island
Fur seals use rock platforms around the island as haul-out sites. An elephant seal and a Hooker's sealion have also been ...
*  Îles Nuageuses
They are important as a breeding site for seabirds, especially penguins and albatrosses, and for fur seals. The islands are ... There is a large breeding colony of Antarctic fur seals as well. BirdLife International. (2012). Important Bird Areas factsheet ...
*  Deception Island
Massive overhunting meant that the fur seals became almost extinct in the South Shetlands within a few years, and the sealing ... Over the next few years, Deception became a focal point of the short-lived fur sealing industry in the South Shetlands; the ... Dibbern, J. Stephen (2 September 2009). "Fur seals, whales and tourists: a commercial history of Deception Island, Antarctica ... While the island did not have a large seal population, it was a perfect natural harbour, mostly free from ice and winds, and a ...
*  New Island
Wildlife includes fur seals, southern elephant seals and South American sea lions. There are no native land mammals since the ... The island holds the shipwreck of a sealing vessel, the Protector III, which beached in 1969. Since 1996 the island has been ...
*  Îles Leygues
They are important as a breeding site for seabirds and fur seals. The Îles Leygues lie across the Passe de la Résolution from ... A large colony of Antarctic fur seals occurs which has probably never been hunted and which has enabled the recolonisation of ...
*  Elsehul
... is one of the islands main breeding grounds for fur seals. Macaroni penguins, petrels and albatross also nest here.[ ...
*  Alejandro Selkirk Island
The Juan Fernández fur seal is known to have existed during the late 17th century on the island with the population of the ... A census of 1797 estimated a population 2 - 3 million fur seals. The species was hunted to near extinction by the 19th century ... seals on Alejandro Selkirk Island and Robinson Crusoe Island believed to be in excess of four million by the late 17th century ...
*  New England Aquarium
These seals can "kiss", "wave", and "say hello". Fur Seal Training Sessions Northern Fur Seals in the New Balance Foundation ... Marine Mammals In Motion highlighted the athleticism of the Aquarium's Northern fur seals and Atlantic harbor seals. A program ... Four Northern fur seals and three California sea lions are on exhibit behind the Aquarium in the open-air New Balance ... This open-air exhibit lets visitors view the aquarium's Northern fur seals. In 2010, the Animal Care Center opened. This 23,000 ...
*  Saint Paul Island (Alaska)
Alaskan king crab fishing Tanadgusix Corporation Jordan, David Starr (1898). The Fur Seals and Fur-seal Islands of the North ... It is the breeding grounds for more than 500,000 northern fur seals and millions of seabirds, and is surrounded by one of the ... The Aleuts were essentially slave labor for the Russians; hunting, cleaning, preparing fur seal skins which the Russians sold ... he was lost in dense fog-until he heard the sounds of Saint Paul's vast seal colonies. Russian fur traders were the first non- ...
*  Falaises d'Entrecasteaux
There is a large rookery of subantarctic fur seals in the IBA. Ten endemic arthropods have been recorded. The vegetation, which ...
*  Fanning & Coles
These valuable pelts included hides from the South American fur seal. After a successful voyage around Cape Horn and enough ... Epic of the Fur Seal, New York: Greenburg Page 112 Porter, Kenneth W. (1931), John Jacob Astor: Business Man, 1, Cambridge, MA ... The firm sold the Tonquin to John Jacob Astor's Pacific Fur Company for $37,000 in 1810. The Tonquin was sent to the Northwest ... On the 1798 voyage of the Betsey they caught 100,000 seals which were sold in China. On several voyages they discovered new ...
*  Cuisine of Commander Islands
... roasted meat from scapula of northern fur seal. Salted flippers (Russian: соленые ласты) - harbor seal or fur seal flippers in ... Commander cuisine is largely based on fish meat, seafood, mushrooms, meat of sea mammals (seals, whales), game meat and ...
*  Steeple Jason Island
The sole mammalian life is marine, e.g. sea lions, and fur seals. Large beds of kelp surround the island, and the land is ...
*  Jordan Cove
... and subsequently a powerful advocate of fur seal protection by international agreement. Fur seals breed on Bird Island, ... In 1896-97 Jordan was commissioner in charge of fur seal investigations in the North Pacific, ...
*  Moriori
Food was almost entirely marine-sourced - protein and fat from fish, fur seals, and the fatty young of sea birds. The islands ... Some sealing ships came to the Chathams but captains kept this secret so other ship owners would not find out about the vast ... fur seal population. In 1835 some displaced Ngāti Mutunga and Ngāti Tama people, Māori from the Taranaki region of the North ... surviving for some 20 years on sealing and flax growing. Only 101 Moriori out of a population of about 2,000 were left alive by ...