Grey Seals

Grey Seals (Halichoerus Grypus) are the largest breeding seals found in the UK. Half of the world's population of grey seals are found around British coasts, and numbers here have doubled since 1960. In the autumn, females congregate at traditional pupping sites called rookeries. Pups weigh 14 kilograms at birth, but since their mother's milk contains 60% fat, they quickly balloon and develop the blubber layer essential for maintaining body temperature out at sea. When feeding, these seals can dive to a depth of 70 metres

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Seal @ Kyle Of Lochalsh # 5035

If you take a cruise on the Seaprobe Atlantis your almost guaranteed to see large numbers of grey seals lazing around on the small rock outcrops around the Kyle Of Lochalsh.
© Allan Bell

Seal @ Kyle Of Lochalsh # 5063

If you take a cruise on the Seaprobe Atlantis your almost guaranteed to see large numbers of grey seals lazing around on the small rock outcrops around the Kyle Of Lochalsh.
© Allan Bell

Seal @ Kyle Of Lochalsh # 5371

If you take a cruise on the Seaprobe Atlantis your almost guaranteed to see large numbers of grey seals lazing around on the small rock outcrops around the Kyle Of Lochalsh.
© Allan Bell

Grey Seal # 0111

Grey Seals (Halichoerus Grypus) are the largest breeding seals found in the UK. Half of the world's population of grey seals are found around British coasts, and numbers here have doubled since 1960. In the autumn, females congregate at traditional pupping sites called rookeries. Pups weigh 14 kilograms at birth, but since their mother's milk contains 60% fat, they quickly balloon and develop the blubber layer essential for maintaining body temperature out at sea. When feeding, these seals can dive to a depth of 70 metres
© Allan Bell

Grey Seal # 0112

Grey Seals (Halichoerus Grypus) are the largest breeding seals found in the UK. Half of the world's population of grey seals are found around British coasts, and numbers here have doubled since 1960. In the autumn, females congregate at traditional pupping sites called rookeries. Pups weigh 14 kilograms at birth, but since their mother's milk contains 60% fat, they quickly balloon and develop the blubber layer essential for maintaining body temperature out at sea. When feeding, these seals can dive to a depth of 70 metres
© Allan Bell

Grey Seal # 0113

Grey Seals (Halichoerus Grypus) are the largest breeding seals found in the UK. Half of the world's population of grey seals are found around British coasts, and numbers here have doubled since 1960. In the autumn, females congregate at traditional pupping sites called rookeries. Pups weigh 14 kilograms at birth, but since their mother's milk contains 60% fat, they quickly balloon and develop the blubber layer essential for maintaining body temperature out at sea. When feeding, these seals can dive to a depth of 70 metres
© Allan Bell

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