Hawaiian monk seals are on the verge of extinction. Behind them is being closely monitored by researchers. Lately, they often find marine eels in the noses of seals. They said that no problems have saved one of these seals. Unfortunately, the fish to save them failed. This story researchers shared on his page in Facebook.
Mondays…it might not have been a good one for you but it had to have been better than an eel in your nose. We have…
Geplaatst door Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program op Maandag 3 december 2018
It is worth noting that similar cases have already occurred. Experts suggest that the eels make their way into the nose of the seals when they put their faces in the cracks of coral reefs or in the sand in search of food. There is another, weirder version. Probably monk seals swallow fish. And then try to get rid of it in an unusual way – through the nose.
The Hawaiian seals observed over the past 40 years. But the incident with the eels meet only in the last few years. Now experts are studying this question. They are trying to understand why such cases have become frequent.
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