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Elephant- and Fur seals today occupy former whaling station Stromness, South Georgia

Elephant- and Fur seals today occupy former whaling station Stromness, South Georgia

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Uploaded 15 Jan 2017 by Peter Prokosch
Year: 2017
From collection: South Georgia
Taken by: Peter Prokosch
Stromness is a former whaling station on the northern coast of South Georgia Island in the South Atlantic. It was the destination of Ernest Shackleton's rescue journey in 1916. It is the central of three harbours in the west side of Stromness Bay, South Georgia.
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