Warning: Seal Resting

Resting seal sign

Now that’s not a sign you see every day, particularly not attached to a railing of Sydney’s Opera House. Yet there it was. Lo and behold, a peek over the edge revealed a seal that was indeed resting. Resting so profoundly, in fact, that I was slightly concerned it had, um, over-rested, but closer examination showed it was breathing. In the 10 minutes I watched it, this seal did not so much as twitch.

Resting seal

Resting seal

This does not look at all comfortable to me!

This does not look at all comfortable to me!

Nope, doesn't look comfie from this angle either.

Nope, doesn’t look comfie from this angle either.

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2 thoughts on “Warning: Seal Resting

  1. Oh, bless! I wonder where (s)he has swum from? Not usual to be on their own. We have had several stranded sperm whales along our North Sea coastline – very distressing as they all died. They don’t usually come along there as it is too shallow apparently. Blame this idiotic El Niño weather.

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