Harbour seals were once heavily desired for their pelts, but since the hunts ended in 1970 the B.C. population has rebounded to over 130,000 individuals. A harbour seal's diet includes rockfishes, smelt, perch, herring, and hake. They come in a variety of shades/patterns, ranging from grey to brownish-black in colour and often having dark spots accenting their fur. The most distinctive feature of the harbour seal is their V-shaped nostrils, which aren't found on any other pinniped in the world. These guys seem pretty tiny from a distance, but they can weigh close to 300 pounds! They're the perfect sausage-sized snack for transient killer whales.
Would you sleep with the dogs? 🐶
Well I did!! When I was a kid I was known for sneaking downstairs and curling up with a tea towel as a blanket with Eilean our black Labrador!
Eilean means ‘island’ in the Scottish language as my mum always had a place for this particular Scottish isle.
Much more inventive than most dogs called Fuckin Kanye or some shit these days 😂
Our Botanical Journey to South Africa has been featured in #gardenista article on "Wildcrafting Holidays in South Africa" by my favorite foraging, gardening, cooking, blogging expert Marie Viljoen of @66squarefeet Check out all the wonderful foraging and wild activities she recommends in #southafrica 💚
Relajarte y respirar aire fresco debe ser una de tus metas antes de culminar este año📅 y no hay mejor lugar que #HelpaRD para cumplirla.🌾🌿
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