The elephant seal (Cebus apella) is one of the most endangered marine mammals in the world.
It’s also one of your best bets to get a nice tattoo.
Here’s what you need to know.
Read moreThe elephant seal lives in the shallow waters of the Pacific Ocean and has been on the brink of extinction since the mid-1800s.
It was the first seal to be hunted for its ivory, which it used to make jewelry.
It has been hunted for ivory in Asia since the 1930s, and its skin and scales are still used in China, where it’s banned.
The seal’s ivory has been used in Chinese cosmetics and perfumes since the 1970s, as well as in Chinese traditional medicine.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) classifies it as Critically Endangered, which means that there is still a viable population of approximately 250,000.
The IUCN says that the population could be down to 20,000 by 2050.
“The elephant seals is one species that is very important to us,” said Brian B. Lassiter, director of the IUCNC’s International Marine Mammal Programme (IMMP).
“It has the highest potential for recovery, which is why it is so important to have the right kind of management in place to preserve it.”
In the U.S., the U,S.
Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has issued the seal with a federal protection under the Endangered Species Act, which requires the agency to consider conservation strategies to manage the animal.
The agency has designated the seal as a “threatened” species under the Act, but the agency has not formally proposed to revoke the seal’s protection.
The seal’s survival is largely tied to the ocean currents, which pull the animal into its habitats and out to sea.
But the seal has also been caught in fishing nets.
This has contributed to its dwindling population.
“It is critical to get people involved in the conservation effort, so that it becomes more prevalent and is a priority for them,” said Jennifer E. Lauter, the IPCS’ deputy general counsel.
“If you have a seal that is in distress, you need the most robust efforts to protect it.”
Read moreTattoos that are targeted to animals are also part of the strategy to save the species, Lautar said.
“There are more people in the U; it’s a much bigger population,” she said.
Tattoo artists have been using animal-safe designs for years, and many have a unique style.
For example, a seal’s ears are designed with ears and a tail.
This helps attract fish and other marine life, and is often called the seal of the sea.
“They are very distinctive,” said Bambi T. Johnson, who has worked in tattooing for over 25 years.
“We have a very unique way of working.”
There are a few things you need in order to create an elephant seal tattoo, said Johnson.
“You need a well-designed seal head, a very well-cut animal skin, a tattoo that has a little bit of gold, silver or a diamond,” he said.
There are also certain elements of the animal that are a special touch.
For instance, you don’t want to have any of the hair on the ears or the ears, because that’s what makes them unique, he said, adding that the seals’ horns are usually painted on.
You can also use the skin as a seal-themed decoration.
“When you tattoo a seal, you’re not just making a sculpture of it,” Johnson said.
The tattoos can be done on an object like a tattoo gun, or you can create an image of the seal that can be worn.
The artist can even use it as a backdrop for their work.
You can also make your own seal tattoos, or purchase them at tattoo shops.
There are tattoo shops that sell animal skin from endangered species, including the gray seal (Dysenthesia tauranensis), the black seal (Pteropus pteropus), and the gray and black seal species.
These animals are endangered in the wild and are targeted by governments and companies to be sold in mass quantities.
“Tattooning has become a way to get around these laws,” said Lautr.
“I have had clients who have said that they’re so much more satisfied with the tattooing than they were with the animal skin.
I would advise them to do that because you get a much better experience, you get to meet people and they can tell you what you are getting into.”
Tattletale tattoo artist Matt Daley has been tattooing seals for more than 30 years, most recently in 2014.
He said that the process of getting an elephant seals tattoo is similar to other types of tattoos, but with different colors.
“It’s more of a canvas thing,” he explained.
“A lot of people get it done in a shop, but