Have you ever seen a seal take a selfie like this... and with their eyebrows so on point?
Vandyke took the picture on Sandy Beach, Macquarie Island - one of Australias Sub-Antarctic territories. It was her first encounter with an elephant seal.
"When this baby seal approached me my initial fear wore off really quickly when the guide standing nearby said he was ok. The seal then gently nudged me like a cat wanting affection. It was an incredible encounter and one that I never wanted to end."
Elephant seals are the world’s largest and deepest diving seals. They have huge eyes to help them see in depths of 1500 metres or more in the ocean when they dive to hunt for food. "Their eyes make them appear adorable", Vandyke says.