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Animal trainer, with captive Bearded seal at the Polaria in Tromso. Norway
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Animal trainers, with captive Bearded seal at the Polaria in Tromso. Norway
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The four captive bearded seals at the Polaria, The male Diesel and females Mai-san, Bella and ?. Tromsų. Norway
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Captive bearded seal in the pool at the Polaria. Tromsų. Norway
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Captive bearded seal in the pool at the Polaria. Tromsų. Norway
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Visitor in the tunnel at the Polaria, is watched by a Bearded Seal. Tromsų. Norway.
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Long whiskers on a captive Bearded Seal by the pool in the Polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Animal trainer regularly checks the claws of a captive Bearded seal at the Polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Water slick Bearded Seal leaves the pool to nudge a suspended football at the Polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Portrait of water slick Bearded Seal in the pool At the Polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Bearded Seals kiss on command in the pool at the Polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Animal trainer uses the sign for the Bearded seal to open its mouth. Polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Bearded seal accepts a piece of fish as a reward for completing a task at the polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Bearded seals accept a piece of fish as a reward for completing a task at the polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Bearded seal underwater at the pool in the Polaria. Captive animal. Tromsų. Norway.
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Mussels and crabs are the largest representatives of the arctic seabed. captive Polaria exhibit. Tromsų. Norway.
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Bearded seal swimming upside down underwater in the pool at the Polaria. Captive, Tromsų. Norway.
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Bearded seal swimming upside down underwater in the pool at the Polaria. Captive, Tromsų. Norway.
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Complex ripples against bearded seal skin give a hint of the muscles used to give hydrodynamism to the seals. Polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Bearded seal nostrils above the water surface as the seal sleeps in the water. Polaria. Tromsų. Norway.
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Girls meet the Bearded seals a the Polaria pool. Tromsų. Norway
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Animal trainer with buckets of fishy rewards encourages the bearded seals at the Polaria pool to kiss. Tromsų. Norway.
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Portrait of a bearded seal in the pool at the Polaria, showing generous whiskers. Tromsų. Norway
 

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