Til alle dere som ikke skjønte at mitt forrige innlegg var kraftig ironi: Beklager, jeg måtte ha en lang tekst for å kamuflere at jeg egentlig bare ville vise meg fram med muscle-ups. Her er en sjøløve-#tb fra Galapagos #galapagos#sealion#diving
Happy International Seal Day! If you love sea puppers you can help them every. Single. Day. Ditch single-use plastic and if you eat seafood make sure it's sustainable. Our everyday choices have a big knock on effect on the world around us.
🌀 Definitely something for your bucketlist..💙 ––——––——––——|🔹|––——––——––—— 🔘 #savingthewaves ・・・ Pamutusan Island is located in the south of Padang, very close to Pasumpahan Island. The fact is the island is still connected to Sumatra Island but when it comes to a high tides it will be disconnected and create its own island. Perhaps this is what inspired the naming Pamutusan which means Disconnect. ・・・ One of the most interesting tourist activities on Pamutusan island is climbing to the top of the hill which is not too steep and far, travellers are often perpetuate amazing photographs from the top, we can witness the amazing panoramic of the two separated Padang ocean and Painan ocean. ・・・ - Don't wait for change, BE the change - ––——––——––——|🔹|––——––——––——
Observing interactions within the second largest New Zealand (Hookers) Sea Lion colony at Sandy Bay on Enderby Island in the Subantarctic was something very special. From the bull males protecting their harem to the feisty sub-adult males sneaking up and charging you when you least expected it there was always something happening. However, what was particularly special was the interactions between the female seal lions and their newly born pups. I wasn't lucky enough to see a pup being born but I observed a placental expulsion. To be honest, it was pretty gross but I nevertheless caught the whole thing on video. Despite my reservations towards the idea, numerous Southern Skua descended upon the placenta for a nutritious but dubiously tasty treat. 1/4000 sec @ f/5.6 | ISO 1000 | Nikon D500 + 300mm f/4e + 1.4III TC #mammal#naturephotography#wildlifephotography#sealion