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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Seal Rocks!


At the south western tip of Philip Island is a mass of rocks, aptly called Seal Rocks, where around 16,000 seals live and dwell and reproduce. Breeding peaks from October to December. From the Nobbies Visitor Center (a short description from the previous visit here), the Seal Rocks can be seen through coin-operated cameras and telescopes. If you can spare $60, it is worth taking a trip with the Wildlife Coast Cruise, who specialize in eco tours to Seal Rocks and neighboring areas. It is with this trip that you can have a closer encounter with these furry, fun loving creatures, a sneak peak on their state of being in their natural habitat - even a display of mating or mothering behavior.


can you see the seals?

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This pitstop is where incoherent ramblings seem to have meaning, where things or events are thought of and assessed, where great things are documented and perhaps any not-so-good happenings are written down in attempt to be forgotten!

So from the diversely abstract to the intensely specific, it's off to making tracks, and it is here where it stops for a thought or two.

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