Pacific harbor seal, Phoca vitulina richardsi



Skeleton of the foreflipper of a 3-month-old Pacific harbor seal pup., Phoca vitulina richardsi, natural history stock photograph, photo id 16972Add To Light Table
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Skeleton of the foreflipper of a 3-month-old Pacific harbor seal pup.

Stock Photo: 16972
Species: Pacific harbor seal, Phoca vitulina richardsi
Format: Digital 2:3
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