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Hooded seals also breed on pack-ice. David Attenborough, The Blue Planet IV: Frozen Seas, BBC 2001
The majestic humpback whales are also summer visitors. ibid.
Summer is a time of plenty and it’s now that the seals start to breed. The strike of a great white shark lasts a mere second, throwing it down forty times reveals the technique and immense strength of this massive predator. David Attenborough, Planet Earth: From Pole to Pole, BBC 2006
Killer whales – they eat a lot of salmon. And so do Steller sea lions. Salmon sharks are here too. David Attenborough, Nature’s Great Events II: The Great Salmon Run, BBC 2009
5Young elephant seals risk being dragged off the rocks by the surging waves and swept out into open water. David Attenborough, Life e7: Hunters and Hunted, BBC 2009
The elephant seals have arrived. David Attenborough, Frozen Planet s1e2: Spring, BBC 2011
The Emperors are not entirely alone – the Weddell seal – the only mammals to remain here during the winter. David Attenborough s1e5, Frozen Planet: Winter
San Francisco, December 2009: A mysterious event shocked the city. Thousands of sea lions living on its docks suddenly disappeared overnight. Days later an earthquake hit the region. Did they sense impending doom, or is it just weird or what? Weird or What? s1e3: Cocaine Mummies, Discovery 2010
There is a happy ending: in February 2010, three months after their disappearance, the sea lions returned to their home on Pier 39. ibid.
Henry’s a seal - nature’s greatest body surfer. The Endless Summer, 1966
This seal can escape to the Thames should she choose to do so but prefers to stay [Billingsgate fish market] … ‘What she likes most are the squid … salmon and trout.’ Natural World s30e14: Unnatural History of London, BBC 2012