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Stellar Sea Lions, Puffins, Eagles - (page 5 of 5)

The Stellar Sea Lion is the largest member of the Otariidae (eared seal) family. Stellar sea lions inhabit the cooler waters of the North Pacific. They are divided into two stocks - the western population (Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, Russia and Japan), and the eastern population (California, British Columbia and south east Alaska). This species gets its name from a German naturalist named George Wilhelm Stellar who was the first to study the animal in 1742.

Stellar Sea Lions are suffering massive, inexplicable population losses and are listed as endangered

Sea Lions
Sea Lions
Sea Lions
Sea Lions
Large males average 1,200 pounds, females up to 650 pounds. They eat at night, sun in the daytime. Bull Head is mostly a bachelor colon. They are noted for their boisterous bellowing.
Sea Lions
Sea Lions
Horned Puffins and Tufted Puffins
Puffins
Puffins
Puffins
Puffins
Puffin flying
Puffins
Puffins
Puffins
BALD EAGLES
BALD EAGLE in a tree
BALD EAGLE flying
bald eagle on ice
bald eagle on ice
bald eagle on ice
bald eagle on ice
bald eagle flying
bald eagle in the tree top
bald eagle in the tree top
bald eagle nest
bald eagle flying
bald eagle flying
bald eagle flying

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