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Recent Blog Post

Success story: Comeback of the Gray Seals

Published 2017-06-20

Photo: Northeast Fisheries Science Center, NOAA The gray seal (Halichoerus grypus) is found on both the western and eastern shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Gray seals eat a diverse diet of fish, octopus, lobster, skates, and eels and can reach weights of up to 880lb (males) and 550lb (females) in the western Atlantic. Pups are born in the winter in the western Atlantic and in the autumn in the eastern Atlantic. The gray seals were hunted to near extinction in the western Atlantic through the mid 1900’s for oil, meat, and skin. In the 1980’s, after the passing of the 1972 Marine Mammal... (more)