It’s tough work to find that perfect sunbathing spot by the water, but this Australian fur seal will have to look for another one.
Dubbed “Sealvester,” a neighbourhood seal has been blocked from its go-to nap spot in the eastern Sydney suburb of Rushcutters Bay.
Following advice from NSW National Parks, the barriers were set up by Sydney council workers to encourage the seal to move on.
“As Rushcutters Bay Park is frequented by residents, our parks staff have set up barriers as a precaution to protect the seal and the public,” a City of Sydney spokesperson told Mashable. Read more…
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Author: Shannon Connellan
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