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English: The Baikal seal, Lake Baikal seal, or nerpa (Pusa sibirica, obsolete: Phoca sibirica), is a species of earless seal endemic to Lake Baikal in Siberia.(This is a young seal) Norwegian: Baikalsel. Photo: Per Harald Olsen
Date 19 April 2011
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Author Per Harald Olsen


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