Gov’t Plans Big Seal Census

The fisheries department plans to take 38,000 aerial photographs in a survey of Atlantic Canada’s harp seal population. Researchers have chronicled a sharp rise in the number of seals since the export market for pelts collapsed under a 2009 European Union ban: “It’s important to have good science.”

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