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The grey seal Halichoerus grypus (Fabricius) and the common seal Phoca vitulina L. in Lofoten and Vesteralen, northern Norway



The grey seal Halichoerus grypus (Fabricius) and the common seal Phoca vitulina L. in Lofoten and Vesteralen, northern Norway



Fauna Norvegica Series A: 10: 1-4



Grey and Common Seals were surveyed in Lofoten and Vesteralen, northern Norway, by boat during the summers 1987 and 1988. 86 Grey Seals were counted in the outer part of Lofoten. This is an area where breeding is known to occur. A total of 565 Common Seals was recorded in Vesteralen in 1987, and 701 in Lofoten and Vesteralen in 1988. The breeding season was dated to the second half of June. The exact date seems to vary between nearby colonies.

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