Monica Peck

i. data
Leopard seal snag a bloody diet
particularly female penguin
seen eating annually
about 220,000 to 440,000 lives.
Categorized as keystone predators
leopard seal also eat crab-eater.
Leopard seal live months
between the Antarctic and other oceans
traveling solo or in packs as varied
as any other species on earth.
Thoughts on leopard seal
behavior also vary:
In Antarctica’s October waters
females gather to diet
for sexual gestation – islands of females
occur sometime in sub-arctic zones.
Southern hemisphere leopard seal
weigh in prior to feeding on implanted krill.
The natural history of males is more
bio-geographic ranging from November onward
displaying varied agility
from seal to shining seal.
‘Weighing care data’ varies according
to blooded sizes of up to 45 percent
also delineated in age up to 26 years
appearing to diet from birth.
Warm seal prefer large carrion
to crab-eaters and thrive in October’s
sexual waters found 30 percent
sub-polar because of data shortages.
Unusual maturity in leopard seal
is seen in young who dive
traveling leagues to polygynous
groups in winter months.
Many hydrurga also are singled out
according to width: leopard seal pup
versus leopard seal prey,
i.e. scientists and cephalopods.
Many are seen in the Atlantic
in November’s warm waters.
Female leopard seal implant pups in ice
on ocean coasts and scavenge long into maturity.
ii. history
One expedition in Rothera refers to savage leopard seal
lunging at thalassophilic seamen who admitted having square-rigged doubt.∗
Sea adventure expeditions are greater than sixteenth-century longings
apparently displaying an aversion to land specifically popular tunes.
Ocean-lusts are seen as exceedingly glamorous traits
during youth many fighters flee land and cannot best the sea
called ‘that element’ by thalassophiliacs;
fighting is replaced by sea-wandering.
One part lust and one part sea,
a great conductor of peaceful glamour.
People who find romance find ships
concluding modern life a battle.
Danger collectors state
their lust for impossibility:
            Mary the Great herself readily declined portions of safety
            stating her age as the current year and surname ‘Phoenician’
            refusing to abandon ships and (naturally) the sea.
There are times when birds have been great examples
being added to rosters of ships and every utterance recorded
particularly in the expedition to Salem from 1812 to 1814 –
undertaken to [               ] existence of love.
Does one marine enable that train of illustrated sex
to naturally emerge from shells as instinctive states?
As the axiom goes: ‘We spread glamorous portions of adventure
forbidden by modern life on the sliced bread of sea-power.’
Attracted to Baltimore’s harbor notorious women train sea-lust fleets
making adventure a natural life-coast.
Early Scandinavian psychics predicted
this amphibious ‘sea disease’
reasoning that amphibious sea-lusters
aroused discomfort
and barristers suggested that
no persons aroused demonstrate.
∗ Two recent attacks of these dinosaur-like animals have put scientists on their guard: