The crabeater seal (Lobodon carcinophaga or carcinophagus) is a true seal with
a circumpolar distribution around the coast of Antarctica. They are medium- to ...
With an estimated population of around 15 million individuals, the crabeater seal
(Lobodon carcinophaga) is by far the most numerous pinniped and is possibly ...
Aug 12, 2010 ... Crabeater seals have slender bodies and long snouts. Their fur ranges from dark
brown to blonde, becoming lighter in summer. Males and ...
It is generally believed that there are around 15 million crabeater seals but early
results from the multinational Antarctic Pack Ice Seal Survey which took place in ...
Younger crabeater seals have small specks and webs of brown or dark gray over
much of their dorsal side. Pups are grayish brown with very light scattered ...
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Crabeater seals - Antarctic seals, pictures and facts.
Find out what's known about Crabeater Seals, Lobodon carcinophagus,
Mammalia, Carnivora, Phocidae, including their world range and habitats,
Range Description: The distribution of Crabeater Seals is tied to seasonal
fluctuations of the pack ice. They can be found right up to the coast and ice
shelves of ...
Crabeater Seals (Lobodon Carcinophagus) are the most numerous of all seals
with estimates at a global population of between 12-16 million, though the ...
Main Characteristics Crabeater Seals are one of the most abundant species of
seal. They reach lengths between 2.2 and 2.6 m (7.25 - 8.5 ft) and they weigh in ...