Australian sea lion


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Noun1.Australian sea lion - a variety of sea lion found in AustraliaAustralian sea lion - a variety of sea lion found in Australia
sea lion - any of several large eared seals of the northern Pacific related to fur seals but lacking their valuable coat
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After working apart all over the world, they reunited and became engaged in China, where Reilly was teaching and Fowler was on break from studying the endangered Australian sea lion.
pacificus tapeworm previously obtained from an Australian sea lion, Neophoca cinerea (GenBank accession no.
One plate even offers a rare glimpse of an Australian sea lion instrumented with a crittercam at sea.
This little chap is an Australian Sea Lion, one of six different species.
In a move welcomed by conservation groups, the state government bought 10 parcels of land on the peninsula to help protect rare and endangered wildlife, including the white-bellied sea eagle, osprey and Australian sea lion.
These islands are significant breeding areas for the New Zealand fur seal and Australian sea lion.
On offshore islands breeds the Australian sea lion, the one marine mammal that is only found in Australia.
The Australian sea lion is an endemic species that we need to take care of.
REEF fish, Australian sea lion and New Zealand fur seal hotspot, the Pearson Island Group;
A lack of knowledge about the habits and habitat of the Australian sea lion (Neophoca cinerea)is hampering efforts to conserve the species, according to a leading CSIRO scientist.
Twenty kilometres north-west of the cape, a similar scene animates the sands of Seal Bay, where a relative of the fur seal, the Australian sea lion (Neophoca cinerea), has begun to breed.
South Australia is home to some of the worlds most amazing marine plants and animals; our waters boast colourful marine sponge gardens, the iconic leafy sea dragon, the giant Australian cuttlefish and marine mammals such as Australian sea lions, whales and dolphins.

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