FILE- This 2002, file photo, provided by the National Marine Fisheries Service shows a juvenile Hawaiian monk seal with a camera strapped to its back at French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii, one of the outermost islands in the Hawaiian island chain. The agency plans to glue underwater cameras smaller than the one pictured to the backs of seals in the main Hawaiian Islands to prove to fishermen the animals aren't harming their way of life. (AP Photo/National Marine Fisheries Service, File)

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FILE- This 2002, file photo, provided by the National Marine Fisheries Service shows a juvenile Hawaiian monk seal with a camera strapped to its back at French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii, one of the outermost islands in the Hawaiian island chain. The agency plans to glue underwater cameras smaller than the one pictured to the backs of seals in the main Hawaiian Islands to prove to fishermen the animals aren't harming their way of life. (AP Photo/National Marine Fisheries Service, File)
FILE- This 2002, file photo, provided by the National Marine Fisheries Service shows a juvenile Hawaiian monk seal with a camera strapped to its back at French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii, one of the outermost islands in the Hawaiian island chain. The agency plans to glue underwater cameras smaller than the one pictured to the backs of seals in the main Hawaiian Islands to prove to fishermen the animals aren't harming their way of life. (AP Photo/National Marine Fisheries Service, File)
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