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Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea) are the world’s rarest seal species, only found on the shores of our lucky country – about 30% of the population in Western Australia and 70% in South Australia.
Australian sea lions can be found in the waters off the small islands of Jurien Bay, WA.
Researchers brave the aptly named Dangerous Reef to undertake groundbreaking research on the rare – and playful – Australian sea lion.
Australian sea lions are a playful lot, roaming Australia’s southern shorelines
In Jurien Bay, WA, a curious Australian sea lion pup investigates a snorkeller.