This video is about a harp seal pup.
Then, much of what is now the North Sea was land. But some parts were sea, and seals lived there. Probably, the fossil bone belonged to a harp seal. This is an Arctic species now. However, in the Pleistocene age it was the most common North Sea seal.
Arctic seals in the Netherlands now: here.
- Texel island wildlife update (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Global warming could spell more bad news for baby seals (csmonitor.com)
- harp seals (animalmaniablog.wordpress.com)
- More than 700 seals counted in Thames Estuary (theguardian.com)