A Galapago sea lion on Santa Cruz

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Scanned from a 6 x 6 slide from the year 1967 With their streamlined bodies and flipper-like feet, they easily propel themselves through crashing surf and dangerously sharp coastal rocks. They can control their hind flippers independently which enables them to move around more effectively on land and thus change directions with ease. They also have more control over their body on land.

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Comments (6)

lizab on October 10, 2012

Very beautiful wildlife photo, i like!

Eva Lewitus on October 10, 2012

Thank you so much, lizab

Pavel Mashchenko on October 23, 2012

eva lewitus,

I'm just excited and fascinated by your photos!

Eva Lewitus on October 23, 2012

What a wonderful commentary! Thank you so much Mashenko Pavel

Anton Trötscher on November 27, 2012

Hi Eva! Very nice shot of sea lion! friendly greetings! Anton Trötscher

Eva Lewitus on November 27, 2012

Thank you very much, Anton

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  • Uploaded on July 10, 2012
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    by Eva Lewitus

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