PICS | Scientists probing rising deaths of Cape fur seals along Western Cape coastline

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Worrying signs of Cape fur seal die-offs have been found at Lamberts Bay.
Worrying signs of Cape fur seal die-offs have been found at Lamberts Bay.
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A year after 5 000 Cape fur seals were found dead in Namibia, scientists are now finding worrying signs of a repeat – this time closer to home, in colonies along the Western Cape coastline.

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