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Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7428 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7412 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7422 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7421 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7427 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7419 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7426 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7415 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7436 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7437 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7431 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7409 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7425 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7438 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7423 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7435 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7430 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7410 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7417 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7429 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7413 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7416 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7424 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7414 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7418 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7432 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7433 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7411 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7420 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
979-7434 - Adult female leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) stalking, then killing and eating an adult gentoo penguin in Paradise Bay, Antarctica, Southern Ocean. MORE INFO Although primarily a krill eater, this female leopard seal has perfected the technique of ambushing gentoo penguins returning to their nesting colony in Paradise Bay. In order to avoid eating penguin feathers she literally flings the dead penguin out of its own skin by violently thrashing the penguin side-to-side. In 2003, a leopard seal dragged a snorkeling biologist underwater to her death in what was identified as the first known human fatality from a leopard seal. However, numerous examples of aggressive behavior, stalking, and attacks on humans had been previously documented.
Apple thrashing, Auge region, Normandy, France, Europe
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