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Fig. S1. Two thresholds (0·3 g; Kami L, 0·5 g; Kami H) for the surge acceleration of the jaw motion were employed to detect feeding attempt of seals.

Fig. S2. Raw acceleration signals on the surge axis (red line; upper figures) recorded by the KKL for 56 h were used to validate the on-board algorithm for detection of JMEs.

Fig. S3. The frequency distribution of the interval between whole peaks (>0·3 g) in the raw acceleration signal is shown for each seal.

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