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Body

Habitat

Food

Life Cycle

Fun Facts

Body

Seals are marine mammals.
They have four flippers
instead of legs.
Whiskers help them feel
around to find food.
Seals may be 3.5 to 16 feet
(1.1 to 5 meters) long.

Habitat

Seals live in the ocean.
They come to land to lie
in the sun and give birth.
Most seals live in cold areas.
They have fur and blubber
to keep them warm.

Food

Seals eat fish, squid, krill,
and even penguins.
Seals have sharp teeth.
They tear off pieces of meat
and swallow them whole.

Life Cycle

Female seals have babies
on land. They give birth
to one pup at a time.
Pups drink their mother's
milk until they can find
their own food.

Fun Facts

  • Some seals can hold
    their breath for 2 hours.
  • Seals gather at rookeries
    of up to 150,000 seals
    to mate.
  • Seal sounds include barks,
    moans, and wails.

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