Aves en las islas y sobre lobos marinos en Peru

Aves en las islas Palomino / ​Birds Palomino Islands

– Chuitas “red Legged cormorant”
– Cormoran Guanay (Phalacrocorax bouganvillii)
– Piqueros peruanos – Peruvian Booby
– Piquero de pata azul – blue footed boobie – Blaufußtölpel
– Gaviota de Franklin – Franklin’s Gull
– large billed tern – gaviotin sudamericano
– Ostrero Negruzco – Ostrero Negro Blackish Oystercatcher – Austernfischer
– Pingüinos de Humboldt
– Petrel – white vented storm
– Black Skimmer – ​Amerikanischer Scherenschnabel
– peruvian diving petrel
– Wave albatros
– Zarcillo – Inca Tern – Inkaseeschwalbe

Sobre lobos Marinos en PERU Cochapuma / About sealions in PERU

El lobo fino peruano, cochapuma, o lobo marino peruano (Arctophoca australis ssp.), es una de las dos poblaciones sudamericanas genéticamente distintas en que se divide la especie Arctophoca australis, que integra el género Arctophoca de la familia de los otáridos. Habita de manera endémica en las islas y costas centro-occidentales de América del Sur.
Esta subespecie es un endemismo reproductivo de las islas y costas del océano Pacífico en el centro-oeste de América del Sur, donde de manera discontinua habita en el litoral del Perú 2 3 4 y el norte de Chile.5 Se lo ha reportado como vagante en Ecuador y el sudoeste de Colombia.

Gestación 340 días

Today there are seven different species of sea lion found in waters around the world, These are the Steller sea lion which is also known as the northern sea lion as it is found in the North Pacific Ocean, and the Steller sea lion is the largest sea lion species; the Australian sea lion which is a small species of sea lion found on the south and west coasts of Australia; the South American sea lion, also known as the southern sea lion and is found along the west coast of South America; the New Zealand sea lion which is also known as Hookers sea lion is found around the south island of New Zealand and also the sub-antarctic islands; the California sea lion is found along the coasts of the north Pacific and is believed to one of the most abundant and intelligent species of sea lion today; the Galapagos sea lion is found exclusively around the Galapagos islands and is thought to be a distant relative of the California sea lion.
The only other sea lion species around was the Japanese sea lion, which was thought to have become extinct sometime during the 1950s. The Japanese sea lion was thought to have been related to the California sea lion and became extinct through hunt and the introduction of commercial fishing.

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