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Hotel Del Coronado and Pool Photos
Hotel Del Coronado and Pool
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Hotel Del Coronado and Pool Images
Hotel Del Coronado and Pool
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Stock photography of Balboa Park - Botanical Building From Casa Del Prado
Balboa Park - Botanical Building From Casa Del Prado
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Harbor Seals Haul Out at the Childrens Pool Pictures
Harbor Seals Haul Out at the Childrens Pool
Earless seal. Enjoy hauling out and basking in the sun. Can remain submerged for nearly 30 minutes.
species: Phoca vitulina
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Stock photos of Harbor Seal Underwater
Harbor Seal Underwater
They spend about half their time on land and half in water sometimes sleeping in the water.
species: Phoca vitulina
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Pictures of Harbor Seal
Harbor Seal
Earless seal. Enjoy hauling out and basking in the sun. Can remain submerged for nearly 30 minutes.
species: Phoca vitulina
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Stock images of Harbor Seal
Harbor Seal
Earless seal. Enjoy hauling out and basking in the sun. Can remain submerged for nearly 30 minutes.
species: Phoca vitulina
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Harbor Seal Stock Photography
Harbor Seal
species: Phoca vitulina
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Harbor Seal Photos
Harbor Seal
Earless seal. Enjoy hauling out and basking in the sun. Can remain submerged for nearly 30 minutes.
species: Phoca vitulina
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Harbor Seal Images
Harbor Seal
Harbor seals have spotted coats in a variety of shades from silver-gray to black or dark brown.
species: Phoca vitulina
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Stock photography of Harbor Seal Underwater
Harbor Seal Underwater
This ones a fatty.
species: Phoca vitulina
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La Jolla South of Childrens Pool Pictures
La Jolla South of Childrens Pool
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Stock photos of La Jolla South of Childrens Pool
La Jolla South of Childrens Pool
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Pictures of California Sea Lion Feeding on fish
California Sea Lion Feeding on fish
Common eared seal. Coat is light tan when dry dark brown to black when wet.
species: Zalophus californianus
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Stock images of La Jolla Childrens Pool
La Jolla Childrens Pool
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Harbor Seal Hauls Out on Sand Beach Stock Photography
Harbor Seal Hauls Out on Sand Beach
species: Phoca vitulina
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Hotel Del Coronado and Pool Photos
Hotel Del Coronado and Pool
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Hotel Del Coronado and Pool Images
Hotel Del Coronado and Pool
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Stock photography of Balboa Park - Inside the Botanical Garden Building
Balboa Park - Inside the Botanical Garden Building
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Balboa Park - Inside the Botanical Garden Building Pictures
Balboa Park - Inside the Botanical Garden Building
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Stock photos of California Vernal Pool
California Vernal Pool
Vernal pools are seasonal, present in the spring then drying up in late spring or summer. Due to urban development the vast majority of Vernal Pools in Southern California have been lost. There are only fourteen undisturbed sites known that remain in Riverside County, thirteen of which are located within the Santa Rosa Plateau Reserve.
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Pictures of California Vernal Pool
California Vernal Pool
Fairy Shrimp can lay dormant as cysts in completely sun baked soil for years if needed but spring to life once a pool again forms. In little more than fifty days they hatch, mature and complete their lifecycle, depositing the next generation in the soil to wait for a future rainy season.
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Stock images of California Vernal Pool
California Vernal Pool
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California Vernal Pool Stock Photography
California Vernal Pool
Fairy Shrimp can lay dormant as cysts in completely sun baked soil for years if needed but spring to life once a pool again forms. In little more than fifty days they hatch, mature and complete their lifecycle, depositing the next generation in the soil to wait for a future rainy season.
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California Vernal Pool Photos
California Vernal Pool
Vernal pools are seasonal, present in the spring then drying up in late spring or summer. Due to urban development the vast majority of Vernal Pools in Southern California have been lost. There are only fourteen undisturbed sites known that remain in Riverside County, thirteen of which are located within the Santa Rosa Plateau Reserve.
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California Vernal Pool Images
California Vernal Pool
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Stock photography of California Vernal Pool
California Vernal Pool
Vernal pools are seasonal, present in the spring then drying up in late spring or summer. Due to urban development the vast majority of Vernal Pools in Southern California have been lost. There are only fourteen undisturbed sites known that remain in Riverside County, thirteen of which are located within the Santa Rosa Plateau Reserve.
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California Vernal Pool Pictures
California Vernal Pool
Fairy Shrimp can lay dormant as cysts in completely sun baked soil for years if needed but spring to life once a pool again forms. In little more than fifty days they hatch, mature and complete their lifecycle, depositing the next generation in the soil to wait for a future rainy season.
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Stock photos of California Vernal Pool
California Vernal Pool
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Pictures of California Vernal Pool
California Vernal Pool
Fairy Shrimp can lay dormant as cysts in completely sun baked soil for years if needed but spring to life once a pool again forms. In little more than fifty days they hatch, mature and complete their lifecycle, depositing the next generation in the soil to wait for a future rainy season.
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Stock images of California Vernal Pool
California Vernal Pool
Vernal pools are seasonal, present in the spring then drying up in late spring or summer. Due to urban development the vast majority of Vernal Pools in Southern California have been lost. There are only fourteen undisturbed sites known that remain in Riverside County, thirteen of which are located within the Santa Rosa Plateau Reserve.
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Two Striped Garter Snake in Vernal Pool Stock Photography
Two Striped Garter Snake in Vernal Pool
Often seen in or around water, streams, ponds, lakes. Very common around Vernal Pools as this individual was.
species: Thamnophis hammondii
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see also
| Big Sur Coast | Birch Aquarium | Blacks Beach | California Coast | California Sea Lion | Central Coast | Coronado Beach |
| Coronado Boathouse Restaurant | Coronado Bridge | Coronado Cays | Coronado Golf Course | Dolphin | Fur Seal | Harbor Seal |
| Marine Mammals | Mount Soledad Cross | Northern Elephant Seal | Old Town | Pacific Beach | Panoramic Images | San Diego Aerospace Museum |
| San Diego Balboa Park | San Diego Coronado Bridge | San Diego Del Mar | San Diego Downtown Aerials | San Diego Gaslamp Quarter |
| San Diego Night Skyline | San Diego Petco Park | San Diego Skyline | Sea Otter | Seaport Village | Torrey Pines |
| Waves Surf | Whales |

species represented
Phoca vitulina, Thamnophis hammondii, Zalophus californianus

keywords
Beach, Beaches, Big Wave, California, California Vernal Pool, City, Coastal, Garden, Gardens, Harem, Historic, Landmark,
Lions, Mammal, Museums, Parks, Pinniped, Pinnipeds, Pools, Professional California Stock, Professional San Diego Stock,
Reflecting Pool, Reptile, Seal, Sealion, Sealions, Seals, Snakes, Surf, Waves

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| Balboa Park Website | Encyclopedia Britannica Harbor Seal | Marine Mammal Center Pacific Harbor Seal | NOAA Fisheries Harbor Seal |
| National Geographic California Sea Lion | National Geographic Harbor Seal | Wikipedia Harbor Seal |

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