There's a place at the heart of the Skeleton Coast of Namibia called Cape Cross. 80,000+ cape fur seals live there year-round. Unfortunately, many Africans take part in the inhumane practice of "seal culling", where they club seals for their fur and to eliminate them as a threat to the fishing industry. Also, during birthing season, many of the pups get separated from their mothers or become very sick. It's quite a sad sight to see many of them suffering. However, these little guys look healthy; I hope they're happy and swimming somewhere in the Atlantic right now. Featured: here and here If you like my work, please like my Facebook page. It make me happy!