Category: Outdoor Scenes
Photo and caption by Esther Almagro
During the months of October to December the grey seal goes every year to Donna Nook beach to breed. This reserve is located in a shooting of British aviation for NATO forces. The weekends activities are suspended, so it is possible to approach the animals. It should be remembered that actions like touching a baby seal, most likely lead to an abandonment by the mother, resulting in high mortality, almost certain. And this behavior, appeared to be quite common in recent years.
Location: Donna Nook, Lincolnshire, UK
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