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Leopard seal spotted on Robberg BeachBy ATTA®
A leopard seal was spotted on Robberg Beach in Plettenberg Bay making its way toward the surf. This is as rare a sighting as they come as their usual range are the chilly waters of the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic islands.
These animals have, however, been recorded very few times along South Africa’s coastline.
A video captured by Leela Verity that was shared to Facebook by Plettenberg Bay Tourism shows the animal making its way from the shoreline toward the ocean. In a statement, Plettenberg Bay Tourism encouraged onlookers to socially distance themselves from the seal.