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Captive Caribbean monk seal, Monachus tropicalis, of unknown sex at the New York Aquarium in ca. 1910. Specimen originally captured from either Arrecife´s Tria´ngulos (Campeche) or Arrecife Alacra´n (Yucatan) in Mexico (Townsend 1909).

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Source http://www.science.smith.edu/msi/pdf/747_Monachus_tropicalis.pdf and https://archive.org/stream/zoologica384419101911newy#page/644/mode/2up
Author New York Zoological Society.

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