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New Zealand Fur Seal

Arctocephalus forsteri


The New Zealand fur seal (kekeno is used in the Māori language) are the best at diving out of any other fur seal because they can dive deeper and longer. Their diet includes cephalopods, fish, and birds.


Coast of the South Island of New Zealand.


Sleeping on a rock. ヾ(・ω・;)

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Canterbury, New Zealand

Spotted on Sep 25, 2012
Submitted on Sep 2, 2013

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