Secure beach - webcam

author: | Aug 9, 2016 | Evropa, Live cameras from nature | 34 comments

Seal beach - description

The camera is located on a small island of the protected island of Vilsandi, located west of the Estonian island of Saaremaa.
Vilsandi has 9km square, it is the westernmost inhabited Estonian island.
The isle uses gray-eyed seals (Halichoerus grypus) where the chicks end up in the winter - from January to February.
Seals are born with a dense, soft silky white fur. The initial litter weight is around 14kg.
Large male seals can reach 2,5-3,3m in length and weigh 170-310kg. Smaller females are long 1,6-2,0m and weigh 100-190kg.
Males are usually darker than females, with lighter spots and often scarring around the neck.
The females are silver gray, brownish with dark spots.
Here you can also find young white eagles.

Fur seal - live

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