Curious seals and sea lions playfully nip at divers' heads, hands and flippers

Mail Online | 6/10/2019 | Harry Howard For Mailonline
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A group of avid divers have documented their playful interactions with sea lions and seals.

William Drumm, 34, and friends Ryan Miller, Maxwell Hohn and Roseanne Keat interact with the animals in the sea around Monterey, in California, and Vancouver, in British Columbia, Canada.

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In the amazing footage, the seals are seen playfully biting a diver's head, hands and flippers.

The diver puts out an arm and the seal clamps its jaws around their hand, but does not bite hard.

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In another scene, one of the group hangs in the water as several seals swim around and above them.

The creatures seem fascinated by the group and seem to sniff them with their large noses, which are covered in whiskers.

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One sea lion then appears fascinated by the extended light from the divers' camera.

It seems to sniff at it as the light falls on its face, before it puts out a flipper and pushes the light pole away.

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The final clip shows a seal gracefully swimming towards the camera...
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