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The bearded seal (Erignathus barbatus), also called the square flipper seal, is a medium-sized pinniped that is found in and near to the Arctic Ocean. It gets its ...

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Oct 26, 2016 ... Bearded seals are members of the "true seal" family, Phocidae. They have a small head, large body, and small, square foreflippers. They have ...

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The largest of the Arctic phocids (the true seals), the bearded seal is typically light to dark grey, with a darker streak running down the middle of the back, and a ...

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Bearded Seals tend to be benthic, meaning that they forage for food along the lowest parts of the waters they are in. Adult Bearded Seals mainly stay in bays ...

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Jun 12, 2017 ... Get some interesting facts and learn about the bearded seal, a species of seals that depends on ice for its survival.

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So named because of their long whiskers, the ice-inhabiting bearded seals are found around Greenland, Hudson Bay, the Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas up to  ...

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The bearded seal is a large seal that is 7-8 feet in length It is at its heaviest in heaviest during winter and early spring when it can weigh as much as 750 pounds.

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Bearded seals are one of four arctic seal species, in Alaskan waters, that rely on sea ice for feeding, resting, and pupping; these four species are collectively ...

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Taxonomic Notes: Rice (1998) lists two intergrading subspecies of Bearded Seals, Erignathus barbatus nauticus in the Pacific Ocean and peripheral seas and E.