Exploding seal population must be addressed

They say a picture is worth a thousand words here are just a few pictures taken by some people who live near or are always on the ocean every day that suitable. They, like me, can read the ocean. Right now the ocean is crying out for help from the packs of seals that have invaded ever crook and cranny on the shores. They are starving to death and eating everything in their path, these Harp seals should be in the artic by now but instead they are surrounding large shoals of herring and caplin, the food for cod and food for all things in the ocean, and keeping them in shoal water until everyone of them are eaten.How long is the Department of Fisheries and Oceans going to let this go on without addressing this problem? >click to read<19:51

One Response to Exploding seal population must be addressed

  1. Lois Luckovich says:

    Kill Kill Kill–NO No No. Do you know how many orphan baby seals are left to die.? Cowichan Bay had to rescue one and send it to the Stanley Park care program for orphaned seals because it was trying to suckle from a boat. How pitiful and upsetting is that? No I’m not a bleeding heart. But if this keeps up there will be NOTHING left in the sea for us or the larger wildlife to eat

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