The brown fur seal (Arctocephalus pusillus), also known as the Cape fur seal,
South African fur seal and the Australian fur seal is a species of fur seal.
There are two subspecies of this fur seal - the South African or Cape fur seal (
Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus) and the Australian fur seal (A. pusillus doriferus).
The brown fur seal (Arctocephalus pusillus) is a large seal species of Australia
and South Africa. The adult male brown fur seal has a light greyish-brown body ...
Jan 13, 2015 ... The Cape fur seal and Australian fur seal are almost identical in ... In South Africa
the Cape fur seal is the only seal species that breeds here, ...
Oct 30, 2015 ... The Australian Fur Seal is the largest fur seal found in Australian waters. ... As it is
closely related to the South African Fur Seal, its populations ...
They include the Guadalupe fur seal of Baja California, the South African fur seal,
the South American fur seal, and the Australian fur seal. Fur seals have sharp ...
Males of the South African or cape fur seal subspecies, A. p. pusillus, are an
average of ... Males of the subspecies A. p. doriferus, the Australian fur seal,
Seals are among the few mammals whose numbers are increasing. In fact, Cape
fur seals number millions. South Africa and Namibia host enormous colonies of ...
The Australian Fur-seal is considered to have two subspecies: Arctocephalus
pusillus doriferus, the Australian Fur-seal; and A. p. pusillus, the Cape or South ...
Although the South African Fur Seal is a subspecies of the Brown Fur Seal, ... the
Australian Fur Seal, the Antarctic Fur Seal and the South American Fur Seal.