Guadalupe Fur Seal
Range: Waters of Southern California & Pacific Coast of Mexico
Threats: Hunted heavily by commercial sealers in 1700’s to 1800’s, and believed to be extinct by the early 1900’s. A small group was discovered on Guadalupe Island in 1954. With government protection, their population has been steadily on the rise. Current threats include entanglement, oil spills, military operations, and ocean noise.
Adaptations: Growing up in the surf, you can sense their one-ness with the sea.Details:
- 16" x 20" (40.6cm x 50.8cm)
- Signed by the artist
- Watercolor on paper
- Framed in natural bamboo frame
- Also available as a Giclee print on paper or canvas
Please be aware that colors may vary on different computer monitors.
The copyright does not transfer with purchase, the artist retains all rights.
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