Seals in Holland are getting more and more used to scuba divers

This article was posted on 4 September 2018
Seals in Holland are getting more and more used to scuba divers

Diving in Holland is diving with cuttle fish, lobsters and sometimes a seal

Diving in Holland is diving with cuttle fish, lobsters, crabs and sometimes with seahorses and seals. Seals are one of the most fascinating creatures you can ever dive with. Meeting them is still an exception, but it happens more often every year as the seals are getting more and more used to scuba divers. Watch video: 

Diving Lake Oosterschelde and Grevelingen

The seals live in Hollands most interesting diving areas, Lake Grevelingen and Lake Oosterschelde. The animals mostly keep their distance but ever so often they establish contact. The animals are harmless and playfull. They seek contact pulling divers by their vins or approaching them up to less than a meter. Divers are advised to treath the seals with respect. They are friendly but still wild animals. 

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