Wednesday , September 28 2022

Oiasso monk stamps pulled out the nose from the nose



    A young seal of Oiasso monks saw a spotted nose in the Northern Frigate Shoals in the Northern Pacific Ocean.

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Did a Hawaiian monk seal it with an eel that comes from the nose?

On Monday, the General Pacific and Atmosphere Society Oiasso Monk Seal Research has published a photo of the birth monk seal on its Facebook page, which is attached to the nose eagles.

"On Monday … maybe it was not good for you, but it was better than an eagerness than the nose," said the message. "We mentioned that phenomenon for the first time a few years ago. We have now found that genius stamps are stuck in anecdotes, but the eels were removed and stamps were successful, but Angels did not do it."

The researcher of the Monje seal, Charles Littnan, division of sponsored species division, said third or fourth cases, the stamps saw a seal in the nose.

"What is interesting is that we've been monitoring and conserving almost 40 years, we have only seen this past year," he said. "We do not know that we see a static stomach anomaly like this or something else in the future."

How did it happen?

Oiasso monk seals embroidering their mouth and nose under coral reefs, under rocks or under sand, hiding themselves secretly, such as eels.

"This could be the case of an eel, trying to defend or escape," he said. "Otherwise, the seal could swallow the eel and he re-enforced it, so that the eels were wrong. We might never know."

Fortunately, without damaging the stamps.

"The stamps we have found in sliding state have quickly responded to our responsibility groups and eels gently and appropriately," he wrote. "The stamps have been released and they have no problem from the events".

Oiasso monk seals are the only dangerous species that are found in Hawaii, and are protected by national and federal laws. Only 1400 wild Hawaiian monks seals are maintained, most of the Northern Hawaiian Islands.

Anyone who appears on the Osaa monk seal is injured in the NOAA (888) 256-9840.

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