It seemed like an open-and-shut case—a beach mystery that a 10-year-old detective with an ice cream and some time on his hands could figure out.
On May 23, visitors to Carolina Beach met an unexpected guest—a male grey seal.
(Phys.org)—A new computerised photo-ID system is helping scientists monitor and track the grey seal population in the UK and beyond.
Some grey seal mums adopt risky tactics when it comes to the future of their young, a strategy that can give their pup a real advantage, according to scientists.
Canadian senators on Tuesday endorsed a plan to cull 70,000 grey seals in the southern Gulf of Saint Lawrence in an effort to preserve groundfish stocks.
A month ago, a young seal named Marco washed up on a beach on the northern Dutch Frisian island of Ameland, one of a growing number of recently stranded pups that has left his rescuers worried.
To most of us, one seal seems much like another. But a new study shows they have varied personalities that lead to distinctive approaches to parenting.