Seals freed after reconvalescence

This 7 August 2017 video from Ecomare museum on Texel island in the Netherlands is about two common seals, Paula and René, being freed after reconvalescence.


Polar bear attacks seal, video

This video says about itself:

Hungry Polar Bear Ambushes Seal – The Hunt – BBC Earth

30 June 2017

We track a hungry but determined Polar Bear as it seeks to ambush a plump seal. With the odds stacked against it, this scrawny looking bear will need to pull off an amazing manoeuvre if it’s to get a well-earned meal.

Great white shark video

This video says about itself:

Great White Shark Attack And Breach – Planet Earth – BBC Earth

3 May 2017

Epic footage of one of earth’s most feared predators, the Great White Shark. Each dawn, Cape Fur Seals leave their colony to go fishing. To reach the open sea they must cross a narrow strip of water which is patrolled by the largest predatory fish on the planet.

Whales, seals feed on Antarctic krill

This video says about itself:

10 February 2017

Fur seals and whales feast on billions of krill. A chance to see fantastic images of the most abundant whales in the Southern Oceans, Minke Whales, and the awe-inspiring Humpback Whales that also visit the freezing Southern Seas in the summer.

‘EXTREMELY HIGH LEVELS’ OF TOXIC POLLUTANTS FOUND IN DEEPEST PARTS OF WORLD’S OCEANS “The study, published Monday in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution, reportedly provides the first evidence that man-made pollutants have reached the planet’s most far-off areas, according to those behind the research.” [HuffPost]

Gray seals in Maine, USA webcam

This video from Maine in the USA is called Gray Seal Pup’s First Swim.

From eNature in the USA:

Don’t Miss The Gray Seal Pup Webcam

Every winter hundreds of gray seals clamber onto Maine’s Seal Island for an extraordinary mass breeding event.

The 300 lb females have one pup per year, with births peaking in mid January. At birth, pups are in a suit of thick, white fur which they begin molting at about three weeks of age.

The webcam is here.

Using research drones, thermal cameras and free images from Google Earth, two studies confirm that gray seals are making a comeback off the New England and eastern Canadian coasts. The findings help confirm that seal conservation efforts are working, and that these remote eye-in-the sky technologies make it easier and safer for scientists to study migratory wildlife in remote locations and estimate their numbers accurately: here.

Shag meets grey seal, video

This 13 December 2016 is about a shag meeting a grey seal.

Luuk Punt in the Netherlands made this video.

Grey seals in Cornwall, video

This video from Britain says about itself:

Grey Seals at Godrevy Cornwall 2016

Filmed on May 3rd 2016

Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall