Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella).
Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) on rocky coast. The female and juveniles are much smaller than the large males, and have a grey pelt with a lighter underside. Males reach a length of up to 2 metres and a weight of 120 kilograms. The external ears (pinnae) of a seal are also seen here. This seal ranges throughout the Southern Ocean that surrounds Antarctica, using its flippers to swim and feeding mainly on krill in shallow waters at night. Photographed in Antarctica in FebruaryAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download