Ross seal

Antarctica

Ross seal

Ross seals are very rarely seen because they live deep within the consolidated pack ice. it is believed that the Ross seals feed mainly on squid and to a lesser extent, fish and krill. they were named after the british polar explorer sir James Ross, who frst discovered them in 1840.
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Ross seal, Lallemand Fjord covered by sea ice, Antarctic peninsula. www.jonathan-zaccaria.com