Southern elephant seals may occasionally compete with some fisheries, but this is unlikely. Southern elephant seals live in remote regions where they have few interactions with humans. ("Elephant Seals", 2002; Gaskin, 1972; Nichols et al., 2003)
This article is unpublished.
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