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A leopard seal stalks in the shallows.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: McKenzie MudgeYear Taken: 2010Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8881.JPG





An impressive view of a leopard seal’s teeth, Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island. Leopard seals are the top predators in the Antarctic, aside from humans. They regularly include penguins in their diet. 
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Ray BuchheitYear Taken: 2010Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8281.jpg





A group of chinstrap penguins on the alert near a leopard seal.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8400edit.jpg





A closeup of a resting leopard seal.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Ray BuchheitYear Taken: 2010Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8417.jpg






Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8427.jpg





A leopard seal basks in the sun at Livingston Island.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Summer MartinYear Taken: 2010Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8667.jpg





A leopard seal, Hydrurga leptonyx, swims near Seal Island.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Jessica LipskyYear Taken: 2004Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8841.JPG





A leopard seal (left) and Antarctic fur seal (right) on the shores of Livingston Island.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: McKenzie MudgeYear Taken: 2010Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8874edit.JPG