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science/mod4 australian sea lion

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Lauren Walter

on 5 December 2012

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Transcript of science/mod4 australian sea lion

r Description of organism
- endangered
- small population
- Males brown/black with whitish crown on head
- female “silver/grey” back “yellow/cream” on belly
- Males 185-225cm in length and 180-250kg in weight.
-female 130-185cm in length and 65-100kg in weight.
-live 8-9 years of age
- males/bulls female/cow
REPRODUCTION
- babies are called pups
- pupping season can be between 5-7 months
- gestation period of 12 months
-1 pup 2-3 years later they can have more
- mothers nurse young for about a year
- more of a chance of dying first 6 months after birth
HABITAT/ECOSYSTEM
- 80% population is in south australia 20% in western australia
- most live on small beaches with water nearby
- you can find them sunbathing on rocks, searching for food in the water or sleeping in the sand.
HABITAT/ECOSYSTEM
- 80% population is in south australia 20% in western australia
- most live on small beaches with water nearby
- you can find the n sunbathing on rocks, searching for food in the water or sleeping in the sand.
HABITAT/ECOSYSTEM
- 80% population is in south australia 20% in western australia
- most live on small beaches with water nearby
- you can find the n sunbathing on rocks, searching for food in the water or sleeping in the sand.
sources
www.iucnredlist.org/details/14549/0

www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/threatened/publications/pubs/tsd06australian-sea-lion.pdf

www.environment.gov.au

www.marineparks.wa.gov.au/fun-facts/39=australian-sea-lion.html
Neophoca cinerea (australian sea lion) By: Lauren Walter
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