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A large, hardy and charismatic inhabitant of the Antarctic region, the Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) is well adapted to the harsh climate of the Southern Ocean and the surrounding sub-Antarctic islands. Like other fur seals, the Antarctic fur seal has an insulating layer of fat, or blubber, to help it cope with the bitterly cold Antarctic temperatures, as well as a dense layer of underfur, which is much denser than that of terrestrial mammals.

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