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Photo: A baby harp seal

CANADA: Gulf of St. Lawrence
A baby harp seal looks out at its frozen new world in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It will soon be on its own: Harp seals are weaned from their mothers after only about 12 days, among the earliest of all mammals.

Photograph by Brian Skerry
“Harp Seals,” March 2004
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