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Harp seal

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The harp seal or saddleback seal (Pagophilus groenlandicus) is a species of earless seal ... The baby harp seal pup has a yellow-white coat at birth, but after three days, the coat turns ... Many ha...

Harp Seals, Harp Seal Pictures, Harp Seal Facts - National ...

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The young seals are famous for their snowy white coats. ... Geographic Society is doing to save animals all over the world, and learn what you can do to help.

Harp Seals - National Wildlife Federation

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Does that sound like a good home for a newborn? ... Harp seals live in the North Atlantic Ocean (sea map), where it's always pretty cold. ... The pup above left is shedding its fuzzy, white baby fur, revealing the sleek, spotted coat underneath.

Habitat of the Harp Seal

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Harp seals tend to spend relatively little time on land; rather they seem to enjoy ... the “east ice” of eastern Russia in the White Sea, and the third in the “west ice” ...

Ribbon seals - National Marine Mammal Laboratory

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They are white at birth and become silver gray in 3 to 6 weeks. ... How long do ribbon seals live?

Bearded seals (Erignathus barbatus) - National Marine Mammal ...

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The bearded seal gets its name from the white whiskers on its face! The whiskers are very sensitive and ... How long do bearded seals live? How do they die?

About Seals - Harpseals.org

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Learn about seals, including harp seals, hooded seals, harbor seals, grey seals, ... Their hind flippers do not rotate and have smaller claws. ... Whitecoat: After a few days, the yellowish tint disappears, and the pups have a fluffy white fur coat.

Harp Seal - Seal Facts and Information

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You will find the Harp Seals along the coasts of the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. It due to the fact that they live in the coldest regions that they have plenty of thick ...

Harp Seal - Facts, Diet & Habitat Information - Animal Corner

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Harp Seals are separated into 3 populations based on where they breed, the White Sea, the West Ice and the Northwest Atlantic `Gulf' and `Front' populations, of which the Northwest Atlantic population near ... Seals do not chew their food, they swallow it in large chunks. They can ... Harp seals may live 35 years or more .

Facts on the Arctic Seal | Animals - mom.me

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... live in the Arctic region: ribbon seals, ringed seals, harp seals, bearded seals, ... Ribbon seals are brown or black with four ribbons of white running across their ... Arctic seals are swift and graceful swimmers who do all of their hunting in the ...

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Where do harp seals live? | Reference.com

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Where do elephant seals live? ... The third stock breeds near the "East Ice" in the White Sea off the coast of ... A: Harp seals live from 25 to 30 years in the wild.

Facts About Seals & Sea Lions - Live Science

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Aug 7, 2014 ... Seals and sea lions are semiaquatic mammals with flippers for feet. There are more than ... Eared seals have external ear flaps, while true seals do not. Another difference .... About Sea Cows · Facts About Great White Sharks.

Facts about Harp Seals

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Adult harp seals grow to be approximately 5 to 6 feet long and 300 to 400 pounds . ... -When a harp seal pup eats, its teeth grow; they do not grow if the pup ...