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Harp Seal
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Phocidae Genus: Phoca Species: Phoca groenlandica
The harp seal (Phoca groenlandica, also named Pagophilus groenlandicus), is a marine mammal of the family Phocidae that is found in the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans. They are separated into three populations that breed in... More »

Harp seal - Wikipedia


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 ...

Harp Seal Facts and Pictures -- National Geographic Kids


Learn about harp seals with pictures, fun facts, news, and videos. Find links to information about other animals.

Harp Seal | National Geographic


Explore the icy Arctic realm of the harp seal. Learn why the short time they spend on land can be hazardous to their health.

Harp Seal - Oceans of Fun


Loss of sea ice continues to be a threat for Harp seals and many other ice-living species. Fun Facts: Even though Harp seals live in the cold Arctic temperatures, ...

Interesting Facts About Harp Seals | USA Today


Harp seals take their name from the dark, harp-shaped marking within the fur on their flanks and backs, a mark that appears on males when they're about 7 ...

Harp Seal - Seal Facts and Information


The Harp Seal is one that has lots of white fur on it. They also can feature areas of light brown and even some black.

Harp Seal Facts For Kids | Ocean Currents - Ocean Conservancy Blog


Mar 20, 2013 ... I know what you're thinking; are harp seals really that lazy? Well alright, you're probably just thinking that this Parry Gripp song is pretty catchy, ...

Animal Facts: Harp seal | Canadian Geographic


Jun 14, 2006 ... Fast Facts: Harp sealScientific name: Phoca groenlandica Average ... The name “ harp seal” comes from the large harp-shaped ring on the ...

Harp seal videos, photos and facts - Pagophilus groenlandicus ...


Learn more about the Harp seal - with amazing Harp seal photos and facts on ARKive.