The harp seal or saddleback seal (Pagophilus groenlandicus) is a species of
earless seal native to the northernmost Atlantic Ocean and parts of the Arctic ...
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Facts. Seal Terminology - Adult harp seals grow to be approximately 5 to 6 feet
long and 300 to 400 pounds. - All three populations are hunted commercially.
Facts about seals. Seals are pinnipeds. Harp seals are the victims of the largest
slaughter of marine mammals in the world: the Canadian seal hunt. Learn about
Find out what's known about Harp Seals, Pagophilus groenlandicus, Mammalia,
Carnivora, Phocidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding ...
The ice-breeding harp seal, found in waters of the Arctic and far north Atlantic
Ocean, obtains its name from the horseshoe or harp-shaped pattern on the back
Harp Seals are foraging predators that eat several dozen species of bony fishes
and invertebrates. They will eat just about anything they can catch. Juveniles eat
The Harp seal pup is a sociable baby seal that enjoys the company of other seals
. Harp Seal pups are born late February to March. Read more at ...
Learn about harp seals from the February 2013 issue of Ranger Rick Magazine.