How Do Seals Move?


Seals are mobile in several different kinds of areas. They can swim in water, and use their flippers to slide on their bellies when they move.
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Seals are carnivorous mammals divided into the 19 species of earless or true seals that make up family Phocidae, or to the 9 species of 14 in the family Otariidae known as fur seals. The other 5 species in this latter group are known as sea lions.
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