More impossible even than a sea elephant from that far beach where life was real and Paris a dream.
I never saw the sea elephant, and possibly this might have been a young female; but there was no appearance of any trunk.
It is from this fact that they derive the name of sea elephant.
The last variety of hair seal, the sea elephant, varies considerably from the preceding.
A sea elephant was then killed, and the blubber, heart and tongue taken; the first-named for use as fuel and the others for food.
I killed the loathsome bird with the rib-bone of a sea elephant, and Hamilton made a fine specimen of it later on.
The dogs on sea elephant Rock, which were left by sealers, had grown so wild that they would not allow us to approach them.
Breakfast consisted generally of fish, which we caught, or sea elephant in some form, whilst we had tinned fish for lunch.
Let us go to the cold and frozen sea, and look at the sea elephant, or Walrus.
The sea elephant season was now in progress, and many rookeries were well formed by the middle of the month.