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Galapagos Sea lion

Zalophus wollebaeki


Seen hanging out at the local fish market Puerto Ayroa, Santa Cruz, Galapagos

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52 Comments (1–25)

Daacwen 8 years ago

Awesome shot Gimmie gimmie fish plz

MeganTan 8 years ago

OMG! this is so adorable ^_^ . congratulations on the national geographic picture of the week thing and keep up the great work!

Sachin Zaveri
Sachin Zaveri 9 years ago


JillBlack 9 years ago

Thankyou bastianignacios1 and AmirSohail

AmirSohail 9 years ago

cool spotting dude

bastianignacios1 9 years ago

oohhh so beautiful

JillBlack 9 years ago

Thankyou J

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 9 years ago

How comical! Nice spotting!

JillBlack 9 years ago

Thankyou MeredithNudo and Jolly Ibañez

MeredithNudo 9 years ago

What a wonderful, funny shot! Excellent job :-)

Jolly Ibañez
Jolly Ibañez 9 years ago

Congratulations Jill. Cute spotting.

JillBlack 9 years ago

tibiprada, maggie3, Argy Bee and Juan Mantilla - MJ Reichenbach thankyou for your nice comments

Jill I really wish you enjoy your trip to Ecuador

tibiprada 9 years ago

job well done.. Congrats!

JillBlack 9 years ago

Thank you satyenM

Wild Things
Wild Things 9 years ago

Lovely! Congrats!

JillBlack 9 years ago

Hi nexttogone well said and thankyou for adding your comments

nexttogone 9 years ago

Oh, how cute! It's great when the wild life feel comfortable enough to interact with the humans. They know who is a danger and who isn't. They take these same risks out in the wild world too and adjust perfectly fine. I tend to respect that and not try to pet them or anything in the process. They want their critical space too. Congratulations. ")

JillBlack 9 years ago

This seal had been watching everything going on with interest and suddenly put its head on the counter. There were other seals present and none seemed to have an interest in the fish even though they had easy access to them. I saw none actucally eating any of the fish or being feed which is against park regulations

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 9 years ago

I agree Juan, it is sad to see an animal begging for food instead of going to hunt for itself.

Nice picture, but I have visited galapagos and it is really sad what is happening with the abuse of the fishing industry, this picture shows this reality.

Anna15 9 years ago

Amazing! My dog does this! haha

JillBlack 9 years ago

Thanks Adarsha B S

Adarsha B S
Adarsha B S 9 years ago

So cute..congrats Jill!

JillBlack 9 years ago

Thanks Gerardo

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Parroquia Santa Rosa, Provincia de Galápagos, Ecuador

Spotted on Mar 27, 2012
Submitted on Nov 7, 2012

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