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small spotted seal of coastal waters of the northern hemisphere

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A number of sites around the Scottish coast have been selected as Special Areas of Conservation (SAC) for harbour seals, with selection based largely on information collected by the Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU) of the University of St Andrews since 1988.
Variations in harbour seal (Phoca vitulina) diet and dive-depths in relation to foraging habitat.
VISITORS to a popular sealife centre will soon be able to see six new arrivals - three South African Fur Seals and three Harbour Seals.
cDNA cloning and characterization of an aryl hydrocarbon receptor from the harbour seal (Phoca vitulina): a biomarker of dioxin susceptivity?
The re-emergence of the harbour seals is a shining example of how industry and nature can thrive side by side".
The harbour seal Phoca uitulina as a predator in the Skagerrak.
Teaming up with Henry the harbour seal at the Marine Science Centre, Germany, the researchers began testing Henry's ability to distinguish between the wakes of differently sized paddles.
Estimates of historical population size of harbour seal in Liaodong Gulf.
He said: "There are two types of seal in the UK - the grey and the common or harbour seal.
The tiny harbour seal, who has been named Cody, was born on yesterday at the North Tyneside attraction Both pup and mum Loffe are doing well and keepers are delighted with their early progress.
THIS cute pair of harbour seal pups has been spotted at Seal Sands - and it's all thanks to a clean-up campaign by industry.
Quantitative aspects of harbour seal (Phoca vitulina) play.
The tiny harbour seal, who has been named Cody, was born yesterday morning at the Blue Reef Aquarium in Tynemouth, North Tyneside.
Assessing the use of hard parts in faeces to identify harbour seal prey: results of captive-feeding trials.