Rare event: female monk seal in Jaffa beach

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A female monk seal, considered nearly extinct in Israel, arrived at Jaffa beach to dry her skin. This is a different female than the one sometimes seen on the northern shores of Israel. The female is about 4 years old and seems healthy.

 

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