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Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing Photos
Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing
Pups are nursed for a short four to eight weeks before being left to fend for themselves. Weaned pups group together spending much of their time onshore for an additional few months but soon move ever farther offshore to forage for food.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-035 request pricing Google Earth

Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing Images
Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing
Pups are nursed for a short four to eight weeks before being left to fend for themselves. Weaned pups group together spending much of their time onshore for an additional few months but soon move ever farther offshore to forage for food.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-006 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing
Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing
Largest of all seals. The species was hunted nearly to extinction for its oil. By the late 1800s there were fewer than 20 known individuals remaining.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-029 request pricing Google Earth

Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing Pictures
Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing
Largest of all seals. The species was hunted nearly to extinction for its oil. By the late 1800s there were fewer than 20 known individuals remaining.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-030 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing
Northern Elephant Seal Pup Nursing
Largest of all seals. The species was hunted nearly to extinction for its oil. By the late 1800s there were fewer than 20 known individuals remaining.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-034 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Northern Elephant Seal Pups Nursing
Northern Elephant Seal Pups Nursing
Largest of all seals. The species was hunted nearly to extinction for its oil. By the late 1800s there were fewer than 20 known individuals remaining.
species: Mirounga angustirostris
photo-id: ELE-037 request pricing Google Earth

  
see also
| California Sea Lion | Cookiecutter Shark | Dolphin | Fur Seal | Harbor Seal | Marine Mammals | Sea Otter | Whales |

species represented
Mirounga angustirostris

keywords
Harem, Harems, Pinniped, Pinnipeds, Pups, Rookery

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| Encyclopedia Britannica Northern Elephant Seal |

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