Waves and the perception power of seals: here.
Since 1951, wardens have been counting and tagging seal pups born on the Farne Islands off the Northumberland Coast. During this time, the number of pups born each year has trebled, from 500 to 1499, making it the largest English colony of Atlantic grey seals: here.
March 2013. A rare black seal pup is recovering in the Scottish SPCA’s care after being found struggling to survive on Aberdeen Beach. The pup, known as ‘Liquorice’, is actually a young male grey seal that was discovered by a member of the public; he was very weak and thin when discovered. His coat is jet black, which is very unusual for a seal of his kind: here.
Namibia: Govt Misleading Public on Seals – Group: here.
- Annals Of Inane Fisheries Management: Grey Seal Cull (timzimmermann.com)
- Horsey Beach: Proud mother pats her calf as hundreds of grey seals descend on Norfolk beach to give birth (thisismoney.co.uk)
- Seal cull will not revive Canada’s cod stocks, say scientists (guardian.co.uk)
- Stop the Canadian Grey Seal Cull (forcechange.com)
- Seals gamble with their pups’ futures (sciencedaily.com)
- Variation in Female Grey Seal (Halichoerus grypus) Reproductive Performance Correlates to Proactive-Reactive Behavioural Types (plosone.org)
- Grey seal pups return to health (bbc.co.uk)
- Test confirms birth of twin seals (bbc.co.uk)
- Scientists: Multimillion dollar seal-killing plan won’t bring back Atlantic cod (rawstory.com)