The Mediterranean monk seal "monachus monachus", one of the most endangered species in Europe, lives on the costs of Milos and on the nearby island of Kimolos. Going around these islands you may be lucky to see one of the few hundreds animals still surviving. The Monk Seal is about 2.5 m. long and weights around 300 kilos. Its skin is covered by short shiny hair in striking black or brown hues on its back, with lighter colors on its underside. Reproduction takes 10 months, and the animal feeds on a variety of fish, octopus and squids. For this reason the seal has been and still is in competition with fisherman, who often cause its death. An organization, MOM, (e-mail: email@example.com) has an efficient team to prevent extinction, and surely needs help.