It is a little land mass found 5.7 kilometers 3.5 miles off the northern shorelines of False Bay, close Cape Town, in South Africa. The island is called as seal island because of number of Cape hide seals that possess it.
The area is divided into 5 sections of land 2.0 hectares in zone and home to 64,000 cape hide seals.
It is home to seabirds as well and it is likely that non-marine species fly there to breed also see outer connect to the Avian Demographic Unit at the University of Cape Town.
The island is long and limit 800 meters by 50 meters. There is no vegetation or soil of any essentialness and no shoreline.
You will find a radar mastwas based on the island amid World War II by a group who lived in pre-assembled cottages for the span of the development however this pinnacle slowly surrendered to consumption and was blown over in a winter storm in 1970. All that remaining parts of it is corroded, bent metal.