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Guadalupe Fur Seal Photos
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Adult fur seal lounging in the sun on the rocky shoreline of Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-012 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Images
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Fur seal leaping into the ocean.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-017 request pricing Google Earth

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Guadalupe Fur Seal
Negotiating the rocks prior to entering the water.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-023 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal with Cookiecutter Shark Bite Pictures
Guadalupe Fur Seal with Cookiecutter Shark Bite
This is a fresh Cookiecutter Shark bite. The shark must not of had a clean bite as normally a perfectly round plug of flesh is removed. This bite shows a flap of skin remaining. Although an ugly wound the unlucky recipient normally heals leaving only a minor scar.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-024 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
By the late eighteen hundreds had been hunted nearly to extinction. Still rarely seen other than at Guadalupe and San Benitos Islands Baja Mexico.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-001 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Often when lounging on the surface groups of Fur Seals will hang in a head down position. It is believed this is done to keep a keen eye out for predators such as Great White Sharks which are found in large numbers at Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-003 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Often when lounging on the surface groups of Fur Seals will hang in a head down position. It is believed this is done to keep a keen eye out for predators such as Great White Sharks which are found in large numbers at Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-004 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Stock Photography
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Often when lounging on the surface groups of Fur Seals will hang in a head down position. It is believed this is done to keep a keen eye out for predators such as Great White Sharks which are found in large numbers at Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-007 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Photos
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Fur seal lounging in the sun on the rocky shoreline of Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-010 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Images
Guadalupe Fur Seal
A group of young fur seals is surprisingly camouflaged in the rocks along the shoreline of Guadalupe Island. There are seven individuals in this frame.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-011 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Just another lazy day at Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-013 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Pictures
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Adult fur seal lounging in the sun on the rocky shoreline of Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-014 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Adult fur seal lounging in the sun on the rocky shoreline of Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-015 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Fur seal leaping into the ocean.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-016 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Fur seal lounging in the sun on the rocky shoreline of Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-018 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Stock Photography
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Their coats appear dark brown when wet then transition to light brown when dry.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-019 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Photos
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Two fur seal lounging in the sun on the rocky shoreline of Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-020 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Images
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Fur seal lounging in the sun on the rocky shoreline of Guadalupe Island.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-021 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
Fur seal sleeps on a rock in the sun Guadalupe Island. Their coats appear dark brown when wet then transition to light brown when dry.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-022 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal with Cookiecutter Shark Bite Pictures
Guadalupe Fur Seal with Cookiecutter Shark Bite
This is a fresh Cookiecutter Shark bite. The shark must not of had a clean bite as normally a perfectly round plug of flesh is removed. This bite shows a flap of skin remaining. Although an ugly wound the unlucky recipient normally heals leaving only a minor scar.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-025 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
By the late eighteen hundreds had been hunted nearly to extinction. Still rarely seen other than at Guadalupe and San Benitos Islands Baja Mexico.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-002 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
By the late eighteen hundreds had been hunted nearly to extinction. Still rarely seen other than at Guadalupe and San Benitos Islands Baja Mexico.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-005 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Guadalupe Fur Seal
Guadalupe Fur Seal
By the late eighteen hundreds had been hunted nearly to extinction. Still rarely seen other than at Guadalupe and San Benitos Islands Baja Mexico.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-006 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Stock Photography
Guadalupe Fur Seal
By the late eighteen hundreds had been hunted nearly to extinction. Still rarely seen other than at Guadalupe and San Benitos Islands Baja Mexico.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-008 request pricing Google Earth

Guadalupe Fur Seal Photos
Guadalupe Fur Seal
By the late eighteen hundreds had been hunted nearly to extinction. Still rarely seen other than at Guadalupe and San Benitos Islands Baja Mexico.
species: Arctocephalus townsendi
photo-id: GFS-009 request pricing Google Earth

   
see also
| California Sea Lion | Cookiecutter Shark | Dolphin | Guadalupe Island | Harbor Seal | Marine Mammals | Northern Elephant Seal |
| Sea Otter | Threatened Species | Whales |

species represented
Arctocephalus townsendi

keywords
Cookie Cutter, Endangered Species, Mammal, Pinniped, Pinnipeds, Seals, Shark, Sharks, Wound, Wounds

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| MarineBio Guadalupe Fur Seal | NOAA Fisheries Guadalupe Fur Seal | Wikipedia Guadalupe Fur Seal |

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