A New Zealand fur seal frolicking in Auckland Creek, near Gladstone power station. Picture: KERRI-ANNE MESNER
A New Zealand fur seal frolicking in Auckland Creek, near Gladstone power station. Picture: KERRI-ANNE MESNER

Seal in Gladstone waters

A NEW Zealand fur seal has been spotted frolicking in Auckland Creek, near Gladstone power station.

Gladstone Water Police kept an eye on the seal, believed to be a juvenile, as it played in the waters near the water intake of the power station.

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service officers say a seal has not been spotted in Gladstone waters for many years.

For more information, see July 26 edition of The Observer.



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