Eumetopias – Steller sea lion

They are able to hold their breath for as long as 40 minutes, and the deepest dive ever recorded is 424 m (140 ft)

The Steller sea lion is also known as the northern sea lion. Compared to other pinnipeds, they are only smaller in size than walrus and the two species of elephant seals. They have a tad lighter pelage in the shade than most sea lions, ranging from tawny to pale yellow and sometimes reddish. They are particularly agile on land since they can move their hind flippers independently.

They are carnivores and forage near the shore and in pelagic (oceanic) waters at night. They primarily prey on walleye pollock, Atka mackerel, Pacific salmon, and Pacific cod. Besides that, they also eat bivalves, squids, octopuses, gastropods, and some other species of seals.