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Large seal climbs on car, smashes windscreen

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A large seal has been captured by wildlife authorities after it wandered up a suburban street and climbed on a car, smashing the windscreen and denting the roof.

The Australian fur seal, dubbed "Lou-Seal" by Tasmanian police, was discovered on a street in the Launceston suburb of Newstead on Monday.

There are small waterways dotted around Newstead, however the suburb is about 50 kilometres inland - suggesting the seal had a long trek from its usual habitat.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/australia/87949749/Large-fur-seal-climbs-on-car-smashes-windscreen-in-Tasmania-adventure

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freetoroam

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PersonFromPorlock

A seal of disapproval. :P

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liviab

why, why seal, why! 

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brlesq1

Fancied a nap, did he? I wouldn't think on top of a car is the most comfortable bed in the world, but if it suited him...

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pallidin

The warmth of the heated metal car hood. Probably was enticing and felt good.

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herbygant

Another Explained non-Mystery.

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