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Skeleton Coast, 60km north of Henties Bay | Cape Cross Seal Reserve, Namibia
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It is highly unusual to be able to get so close to wildlife. They have built walkways so you can get really close to the seals without disturbing them. It is wonderful to see all of them, both adults and the cute little seal pups so close up. You can also see them in the sea,
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It is a privileged to move through a colony of more than 100 000 Cape Fur Seals without barriers to separate people from the animals. There is a short walkway for those that feel more comfortable with a barrier between them and the seals. Brilliant opportunity to get close-up
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One visit is enough . But very interesting to see so many seals all at once in one space , not something you would be able to find elsewhere . The addition of the walkways made it better and less intrusive to walk “amongst” the seals . Beware there is a stench and it
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The sight at little seals (and of course, the big once as well) was overwhelming. The little ones running back and forth are so cute. the big ones are just lying or fighting :-) Observe also seals in the ocean trying to get some catch. The wooden walking path was closed from
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The Cape Cross colony teems with thousands of cape fur seals. They can be a smelly and a noisy lot but are fun to watch basking in the sun, splashing away in the waves and being maternal. Some of the scenes are not for the faint hearted: there are a few baby and young seals who
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