We know that leopard seals are large, formidable predators, but exactly what they’re doing below the waterline has long remained a mystery. But now, thanks to National Geographic grantee Douglas Krause, we’re getting an underwater glimpse into leopard seals’ carnivorous lives—and the seal-on-seal battles are a sight to behold.
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To see more of Krause and the NOAA team's work in Antarctica, check out their interactions with some adorable and mischievous animals in Seal Pups: Ferociously Cute and Worth Protecting
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