Story: Seals

Female sea lion (2nd of 2)

Female sea lion

Female New Zealand sea lions are golden brown and more slender than males. They can occasionally be seen in the southern South Island, and there have been isolated reports of pups being born there.

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Lloyd Spencer Davis, 'Seals - Seal watching', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 17 April 2024)

Story by Lloyd Spencer Davis, published 12 Jun 2006