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Weddell seal - Wikipedia


The Weddell seal, Leptonychotes weddellii, is a relatively large and abundant true seal (family: Phocidae) with a circumpolar distribution surrounding Antarctica .

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Learn all you wanted to know about Weddell seals with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Weddell Seals - Antarctica fact file - Cool Antarctica

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Diving: Weddell seals are impressive divers, they can reach 600m in depth and spend as long as 82 minutes, the longest dives are undertaken when swimming ...

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The Weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddellii) is the most southerly breeding of all mammals, and one of the best known Antarctic seal species.

Weddell seals — Australian Antarctic Division


Aug 12, 2010 ... Scientific name: Leptonychotes weddellii. Weddell seals belong to a group of seals known as Phocidae or true seals. The most commonly ...

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Weddell seals of Antarctica and the ecological study of this southernmost mammal on earth, including videos, images, audio, and information on one of the  ...

Weddell seals (Leptonychotes weddellii) - National Marine Mammal ...


Weddell seals are found near the fast ice of the Antarctic continent, and some nearby islands. The Weddell seals do not migrate very far. Weddell seals usually  ...

Weddell Seal - Seal Facts and Information


If you had to choose only one word to describe the Weddell Seal, it would like be that they are cute.

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DESCRIPTION: The Weddell seal is a large seal with a bulky body, a relatively small head, and a short, wide snout. The adults are dark gray to brown with dark  ...

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Usually found on near-shore fast ice, unlike the other Antarctic seal species which prefer the pack ice, there are estimated to be about 800,000 Weddell seals  ...