Then I did a double-take. Hold on. That's not a seal.
A River Otter (Lontra canadensis) was eating a fish. The seal was more interested in napping, but two Western Gulls (Larus occidentalis) were wondering if they might snatch some of the scraps.
Eventually the otter finished eating, left the rest of the fish to the gulls, and walked down to the water's edge:
I liked being able to see its front and hind feet.