Fast-moving with sharp teeth, leopard seals eat krill, fish, sea birds, squid, small seals and penguins. The diet of the leopard seal depends on its...
Leopard seals are named after their spotty coat, but they live up to their name and are fearsome hunters. Filling the niche that polar bears hold in the Arctic, they are the top predators of Antarctic waters. The leopard seal is...
The leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx), also referred to as the sea leopard, is the
second largest species of seal in the Antarctic (after the southern elephant seal).
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Of all the seals in the world, only one, the leopard seal, has the reputation of a
true hunter, a top predator. At up to 12 feet (four meters) long and more than a ...
Leopard seals are found around the pack ice edges of the Antarctic continent.
The head of the leopard seal is shaped more like a reptile than a seal. Larger
Sep 8, 2014 ... While diving in Antarctica on a National Geographic - Lindblad expedition,
biologist Lisa Kelly encountered a 13-foot leopard seal. Leopard ...
The leopard seal is the second largest species of seal in the world (behind the
elephant seal) with some female leopard seals growing to 3.5 m in length!
The Leopard Seal is the second largest of all seals out there. They are very
strong animals and they tend to take over the areas where they reside.
Feb 24, 2010 ... The leopard seal is at the top of the food chain in its home in the Antarctic, and
this is one predator you don't want to swim with. It is bold, po.