This cheerful elephant seal is beaming directly into the camera as if posing for a holiday of his own.
Norwegian photographer Kjell-Erik Moseid took this hilarious photo during a visit to the Falkland Islands.
He said he was particularly tickled by the fact that the seal was so keen to show off its bottom teeth.
During mating season, male elephant seals use their trunk-like snout to make a loud roar, which, according to Mr. Moseid, people have to hear to believe.
Mr. Moseid said: ‘The deep rumbling sound is hard to imagine. It is so loud that the silence that followed feels jarring. The sound travelled down the spinal cord.’
There are two types of elephant seal, the southern elephant seal and the smaller northern version.
It is named after the male’s snout, which resembles the trunk of an elephant.
Large beasts can be 16ft long and weigh over 6,000lbs; smaller females are usually around 10ft long and weigh around 2,000lbs
They can hold their breath longer than any other crustacean – they can stay underwater without air for up to two hours.