Harbour seal (Phoca vitulina)
1,7-1,9 m, max. 130 kg (females) - 170 kg (males)
Harbour seals are common along the whole coast of Norway. They are stationary and social animals that live in colonies. Harbour seals occur in nearshore areas, protected against wave action, where they haul out on rocks, beaches and skerries. Harbour seals feed on different species of fish such as saithe, herring and Norway pout.