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“Nature is beautiful, such beautiful must be based on beautiful facts and beautiful laws” ― Muhammad E. Osman Sorry, not much chat here, I just let nature do the talking All these images are reblogged or come from...

Photo of Harp Seal for fans of Seals. Pictures uploaded by Fanpop users for Animals Picture Contest.

Photo of Harp Seal for fans of Seals. Pictures uploaded by Fanpop users for Animals Picture Contest.

seal pictures free for desktop, 606 kB - Bramwell Fletcher

seal pictures free for desktop, 606 kB - Bramwell Fletcher

Harp Seal pups are probably the cutest creatures to waddle around the ice of the Arctic, yet are under growing threat from climate change.

Harp Seal pups are probably the cutest creatures to waddle around the ice of the Arctic, yet are under growing threat from climate change.

Learn all you wanted to know about harp seals with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Learn all you wanted to know about harp seals with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

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Cute baby seal pictures   #babyseal   #seal   #cuteseal #littleseal  #sweetseal  #babysealwallpapers  #babyanimals  #cuteanimals

Cute baby seal pictures #babyseal #seal #cuteseal #littleseal #sweetseal #babysealwallpapers #babyanimals #cuteanimals

Fur seals have sharp eyesight and keen hearing. They have small ears, unlike the earless or hair seals. Mother seals and pups find each other using a familiar call. A study in Alaska found that mothers and offspring were still able to recognize each others' calls even after a separation of four years.

Fur seals have sharp eyesight and keen hearing. They have small ears, unlike the earless or hair seals. Mother seals and pups find each other using a familiar call. A study in Alaska found that mothers and offspring were still able to recognize each others' calls even after a separation of four years.

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