Harbour seal is the most commonly occurring seal in Denmark. It lives mainly in the Kattegat, Limfjord, Wadden Sea, and there is also a population in south-east of the country.
Harbour seal occurs mainly in coastal waters where there is plenty of food and where there is undisturbed resting places such as sandbanks, reefs and islands islets. Harbour seals does not appear to chew food. When eating becomes the prey completely swallowed, or it will be torn into piece and swallowed.
Where there is undisturbed sand banks, islands and the like, harbour seals can be seen resting on land in flocks. But it is not uncommon to see seals that move alone.
Fjord & Belt has 3 harbour seals in the inner harbour bassin in the center.