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On my way from Picton to Kaikoura I stumbled upon a sealion population.
These groups are well-known among the tourists and certainly worthwhile to visit.
You'r welcome Cari.
I'll remember that! Thank you!
Thank you Ca!@Cari: If you ever have the chance of getting in between sea lions, stay calm and take your time. They are very curious, so after a while they will come to check you out and maybe some cub will sit right next to you! ;)
That's awesome! An amazing opportunity!
He really was! And very curious. At the end he, and a few other small seals were sitting right next to me.
That baby is freaking adorable!
Thank you Twan and Super!
It sure is. Thank you Reza!
Thank you Nicole and Cecil!
I am ashamed
I love it,it is lovely
Thank you Amber!
So cute!!!!!! ;)
Indeed they are! Thank you.
Actually you could if you would go to the islands. But these are much cuter.
here we have harbor seal, but you don't see them so close
Thank you Thomas and Atul.
Lat: -42.27, Long: 173.79
Spotted on Jan 11, 2010 Submitted on Jan 1, 2012
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