See larger Barbara Markel, east coast outreach coordinator for the Friends of the Elephant Seals, gave a presentation titled The Remarkable Elephant Seals at the Newcomers meeting on July 12. Markel said that the elephant seal has two distinct lives. One is at sea when they are solitary and active because they are eating. And the other is when they are sedentary on land and in a group.

Photo by Kristen Poppenhouse, Eagle staff

Barbara Markel, east coast outreach coordinator for the Friends of the Elephant Seals, gave a presentation titled The Remarkable Elephant Seals at the Newcomers meeting on July 12. Markel said that the elephant seal has two distinct lives. One is at sea when they are solitary and active because they are eating. And the other is when they are sedentary on land and in a group.

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