Photo of the Day: Baby Harp Seal Cuteness

Photo of the Day: Baby Harp Seal Cuteness

"In the last decade, more than 2 million baby harp seals have been signatures on petition)

Kiotari, Pacific Harbor Seal pup | Aaron J Cohen and the Marine Mammal Center

Kiotari, Pacific Harbor Seal pup rescued at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, San Mateo.

Northern Fur Seal and pup, St. Paul Island, Alaska; photo by John Gibbens

Portrait Of A Northern Fur Seal Mother And Newborn Pup, St. Paul Island, Southwest Alaska, Summer by John Gibbens

The easiest way to tell the difference between a sea lion and a seal: sea lions have ears you can see, like a lion. ;-)

The easiest way to tell the difference between a sea lion and a seal: sea lions have ears you can see.

Baby seal...precious Baby harp seal- Harp seals spend most of their time diving and swimming in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. These sleek swimmers often hunt for fish and crustaceans at 300 feet (90 meters) and may dive to nearly 1,000 feet (300 meters). They are able to remain submerged for up to 15 minutes. How can we keep killing these beautiful creatures?

Daily Awww: What’s better than cute animal pics? Hi-res ones (30 HQ photos)

cute animals cute animals 2 Daily Awww: Whats better than cute animal pics? Hi res . :: OMGosh, such cuteness!

A harp seal from Canada cheeses for the camera.

Save Baby Seals

Flawless and faultless beauty - seals: creatures of Nature, children of Snow. Photo: cutest adorable baby seal with big smile

12 Amazing Photos To Celebrate World Ocean Day - INK361 Blog ocean_magazine

One of the curious sea lions that populates the Galapagos Islands. They are very playful and fun to dive with

Seal mother popping her head up a hole in the ice to check in by nose touch with her still white pup

Seal mother popping her head up a hole in the ice to check in by nose touch with her still white pup Más

"We come in peace, don't make us leave in pieces..." -- save our wildlife and their habitats.

Rehabilitated harbor seals float in the waters of the Howe Sound after being released back into the wild by the Vancouver Aquarium's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre in Porteau Cove, B. The center released 14 seals back into the wild north of Vancouver.

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