The ringed seal also known as the jar seal and as netsik or nattiq by the Inuit, is
an earless seal .... Ringed seals reside in arctic waters and are commonly
associated with ice floes and pack ice....
Arctic: Baby Harp seal. Early ice breakup could separate mothers and pups,
increasing mortality of newborn pups.
The Arctic is home to several unique—and uniquely beautiful—seal species:
ribbon seals, bearded seals, ringed seals, spotted seals, harp seals, and hooded
Sep 24, 2013 ... The threat that climate change poses to polar bears has received a lot of attention
, but they are not the only Arctic species at risk. Ice-loving ...
The Pinnipeds include the Walrus, eared seals like sea lions and fur seals and
the true ... Hooded Seals are Arctic seals found in the ice around the edge of ...
The hooded seal, ringed seal and harp seal live in the Arctic Ocean. ... A ringed
seal gives birth to her pups in a small den in the snow on top of the ice.
The ringed, ribbon, spotted and bearded seals, collectively known as “ice seals,”
are Arctic inhabitants. The entire ringed seal lifecycle relies on ice and rapid ice ...
Mar 19, 2015 ... Lack of polar ice could put ice-dependent marine mammals in peril.
Dec 3, 2010 ... ANCHORAGE, Alaska— Responding to a petition from the Center for Biological
Diversity, the Obama administration today proposed ...
The primary threat to bearded, ringed and spotted seals is global warming, which
... Still, no seal can always be in the water; Arctic seals need the ice's solid ...