CBC News is seeking comment from a number of people who have seen the pictures.
They include Amanda Seales, a young Black Seal who was part of a group that visited the Black Seal sanctuary in Victoria, British Columbia, to take a selfie with the male.
The picture shows the seal wearing a white tuxedo, while his tail is held high by the tailfin.
Amanda said she was “very impressed” with the seal.
“He has the perfect body type and he’s so handsome,” Amanda told CBC News.
The Black Seal is also an Australian resident, she said.
“I was very surprised to see that he’s an Australian, and that’s not uncommon.”
She added that the seal has always had a very “handsome” body, and “you can’t help but admire his body language.”
Black Seal, who has the same name as a large, wild dog, is not considered a threatened species by the Canadian government.
“The Canadian government is very protective of these animals and the fact that this seal has had such a great life, and is now so much older and healthy, speaks volumes,” said Amanda.
“This is a very special seal and he deserves all of this attention.
He’s the best of the best.”
Black Seals are endangered, but are protected under the Wildlife Act.
“They’re not just one species, they’re all very similar in size and shape,” Amanda said.
Amanda has been documenting Black Seas for a number, years, and she has seen the seal on a number different occasions.
“Every time I have to travel there, I see it for the first time, and it’s just beautiful,” Amanda wrote on her blog.
“It’s so cool.
Amanda is also the author of the book The Black Lion Seal, which she has been writing about since 2012.”
Just to see him with his tail out and everything, it’s so touching.”
Amanda is also the author of the book The Black Lion Seal, which she has been writing about since 2012.