Swimming With Energetic Wild Seals In Jeffreys Bay, South Africa

Published November 10, 2014 7 Plays $125.02 earned

Rumble / Ocean LifeLots of us like to go swimming, it is such a great way to relax and enjoy your day. Usually, there aren't any animals swimming around us, sometimes if we are lucky, we might see a couple fish, but this video shows some lucky people who got the opportunity to swim with wild seals, so cool! This is some incredible footage featuring the up close swimming adventure with wild seals in Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape, South Africa. What an amazing sight to see! It looks like these seals are enjoying themselves very much, they love to swim around with each other!

There are 33 seal species world wide and neither grey seals or common seals are endangered species. Even though seals spend lots of time in the water, they actually give birth on land. Their whiskers are able to detect prey in the water, interesting! Grey seals have been known to live up to 46 years. Seals are wild animals so if approached too closely they may bite. Sometimes they are afraid and wan't to protect themselves.

Have you ever had the opportunity to swim with wild seals? Let us know in the comment section down below!

Check out this video of wild seals swimming in South Africa!