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The Galápagos sea lion (Zalophus wollebaeki) is a species of sea lion that exclusively breeds on the Galápagos Islands.
When wet, sea lions are a shade of dark brown, but once dry, their color varies greatly. The females tend to be a lighter shade than the males.
Adult males also tend to have a thicker, more robust neck, chest, and shoulders in comparison to their slender abdomen.
Females are somewhat opposite males, with a longer, more slender neck and thick torso.
In Gardner Bay, Espanola Island, in the Galapagos.