13 images. Danish deep sea expedition (Frigate "Galathea"), 12 April 1952. Sir Anton -- 6- months-old Antarctic sea elephant; Doctor Henning Lemche (with chart of the expedition); Doctor Carl Oppenheimer; Captain Sven Greve; Consul Ryan A. Grut (Danish consul).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Emery. Date: 1952-04-12. Reporter: Emery to rw. Assignment: Danish deep sea expedition Frigate 'Galathea' at Naval Base, Long Beach. 031-032-34-35: 6-months-old antarctic sea elephant 'Sir Anton; gives friendly yowp when his head is scratched by expedition's chief information officer Hakon Mielche, Calf was named in honor of expedition's leader, (Dr. Anton F. Brunn). Sir Anton will be flown to Copenhagen Zoo, where, if he reaches full size of his kind he may someday weigh many tons. 54 & 55: Long shots of Frigate Galathea. 19 & 88: Dr. Henning Lemche, of Copenhagen Zoological Museum, with 'angler fish' species of melanocetus, from 8000 feet down. Bottles contain other critters from the sea's greatest depths. 18: Dr. Lemche & chart of expedition. 076: l to r on deck (walking): Dr. Carl Oppenheimer, microbiologist, Scripps Institution, La Jolla, visiting the ship; Dr. Claude ZoBelle, professor of microbiology at Scripps, who traveled with expedition as far as New Zealand; Richard Y. Morita, US Naval technician and graduate student of Scripps, who replaced Dr. ZoBelle on ship at New Zealand. 89, 70, 71: Group of 3 (standing on deck) l t r: CaptainSvend Greve of Frigate Galathea; Danish Concul Ryan A. Grut; Dr. Anton F. Brunn, leader of expedition, in whose honor crewman named captured sea-elephant calf 'Sir Anton'".