Seal

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What kind of animal is Seal?

A seal is a semi-aquatic mammal that belongs to the group of pinnipeds, which means fin-footed.
There are two types of seals: the earless seals and the eared seals, which include sea lions and fur seals.
Seals have a round body with flippers, a thick layer of fat under the skin, and fur that varies in color and pattern.
Seals are carnivores that eat fish, squid, and other marine animals.
They live in cold seas and coastal waters around the world, and come ashore to mate, give birth, and molt.

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Where does the Seal live?

Seals are a diverse group of marine mammals that live in the Arctic and Antarctic regions, as well as in some coastal waters of the Atlantic, Pacific, Southern Oceans, Lake Baikal and the Caspian Sea.

Seals face many threats from human activities, such as hunting, climate change, oil drilling, and fishing.

Some seal populations have declined drastically due to overexploitation and habitat loss.

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What does the Seal look like?

The seal is a web-footed aquatic mammal that lives in cold seas.
It has a round body that tapers at the ends, which helps it swim swiftly and gracefully.
There are two types of seals: earless seals and eared seals.
Earless seals have no external ears and shorter flippers, while eared seals have visible ears and longer flippers.
They are carnivores that eat fish, squid, and other animals.
Some seals can dive very deep and stay underwater for a long time.
These mammals have a layer of fat called blubber that keeps them warm and a coat of fur that varies in color and pattern.
Seals come ashore to mate, give birth, molt, or escape predators.
They are related to other carnivores like weasels, raccoons, and bears.

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