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The Seals of Macquarie Island

Australia, 1959 (MIFF 1959, Programme 18)

Director: R. Garrick, P. G. Law, S. E. Ingham

Now that Macquarie Island is a sanctuary, it is the breeding place of thousands of elephant seals and an increasing number of fur seals. The film was shot by scientists of C.S.l.R.O. and members of the A.N.A.R.E. and

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