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These Cape fur seals seem contented on a beach in Namibia, Mike Fay said.

"The government of Namibia has been severely criticized for allowing the slaughter of these seals, including for the sale of the seal penises for purposes of traditional medicine in China. But when I saw thousands upon thousands of seals I knew immediately that they have plenty to eat. This proves that Namibia has been thinking about sustainable management of its fisheries," Fay said.

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—Photograph by J. Michael Fay, copyright National Geographic Society
 
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