We sailed closer to our first glacier, the 7 km-long Lillihook, where we chanced upon a bearded seal
on an iceberg, easy prey for a polar bear who never showed up.
The Arctic bearded seal
, which is normally found in colder waters, arrived in Lerwick harbour in Shetland in May.
Histomorphologic and immunohistochemical characterization of a Cardiac Purkinjeoma in a Bearded Seal
During 239.4 hours of dedicated observation effort, a total of 312 individuals were recorded, representing four species: bearded seal
(Erignathus barbatus), hooded seal (Crystophora cristata), harp seal (Pagophilus groenlandicus), and ringed seal (Pusa hispida).
THIS bearded seal
managed to make it to Ireland by a whisker.
(145) On December 10, 2010, NMFS proposed that (1) four subspecies of ringed seal be listed as threatened, (146) and (2) that two DPS of one subspecies of bearded seal
be listed as threatened.
largha) Guadalupe fur seal 2 2 4 (Arctocephalus gazella) Bearded seal
4 4 0 (Erignathus barbatus) South American sea 0 1 1 lion (Otaria flavescens) Age group Pup, [less than 725 455 969 or equal to] 1 y of age Adult 55 189 229 Residential status ** Rescue/rehabilitation 661 626 1,071 Resident/other 119 17 127 No.
The first ever record of a bearded seal
in Northumberland since records began has been logged at Beadnell beach.
On December 3, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration proposed listing four subspecies of ringed seal and two populations of bearded seal
as threatened because of shrinking ice.
Constructed of caribou or seal hide, with soles of bearded seal
hide, they tended to be somewhat plain and utilitarian in design, affording protection from the freezing Arctic winters.
Polar bears are the most OHC-contaminated species in the Arctic, and those from East Greenland and Svalbard (Norway) carry the most contaminants because of their reliance on OHC-polluted blubber, mainly from ringed seal (Phoca hispida) and bearded seal
(Erignathus barbatus), contaminated by OHCs originating from lower-latitude airborne pollution [Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) 2004; de March et al.
At the request of Alowa and others from Savoonga, ACAT tested plants and fish from the Northeast Cape, along with contaminants in reindeer, murre eggs, bearded seal
and walrus and the blood of 60 islanders.