Scenes of Weddell and Elephant seals close to McMurdo and Palmer Station, Antarctica. The Weddells were taped in November, “spring” in the Southern Hemisphere, when many mothers had just given birth: charming scenes of mother and pup behavior. Elephant seal males spar on rocks near Palmer Station, or sleep on rocks colored red by smelly krill leftovers, the seals' main food.
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