Northern fur seals range over most of the northern Pacific Ocean, as far south as southern California in the east and to central Japan in the west. Northwards, their range extends to the Bering Sea, north of the Aleutian Islands, and the Sea of Okhotsk, west of the Kamchatka peninsular (4). Their main breeding grounds are on the Pribilof Islands of St. George and St. Paul in the southern Bering Sea. They also breed on a number of other islands scattered throughout their range, principally the central Kuril Islands and Tyuleniy Island in the Sea of Okhotsk, the Commander Islands off the coast of Alaska, Bogoslof Island in the Aleutians and San Miguel Island off the coast of California (4).
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