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Seals and sea lions are semiaquatic mammals that are in a group called pinnipeds, meaning "fin-footed." Walruses are also members of this group. While related, all three are in different taxonomic ...

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Seals and sea lions are mostly fish-eaters, although most of the species also eat squid, mollusks, crustaceans, marine worms, sea birds, and other seals. The ones that eat mostly fish specialize in oil-bearing species like eels, herrings, and anchovies because they swim in shoals and are easy to catch, and are good energy sources.

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The grey seal (Halichoerus grypus, meaning "hooked-nosed sea pig") is found on both shores of the North Atlantic Ocean. It is a large seal of the family Phocidae which are commonly referred to as "true seals" or "earless seals". It is the only species classified in the genus Halichoerus.

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Harp seals are a conservation icon that we often see in the media. Images of fuzzy white harp seal pups are often used in campaigns to save seals (from hunting) and the ocean in general. These are cold-weather seals who live in the Arctic and North Atlantic oceans. Although they are white when born, adults have a distinctive silvery gray with a ...

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Although dogs and cats live on land and both are easily domesticated, dogs actually have more in common with sea-dwelling mammals than they do with their furry foes. Canines share a lot of similar characteristics with seals for example, mainly because the two are considered Caniformes (which ...

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Sea lions (left) are brown, bark loudly, "walk" on land using their large flippers and have visible ear flaps. Seals have small flippers, wriggle on their bellies on land, and lack visible ear flaps. Have you ever wondered about the main differences between seals and their "second cousins," the sea ...

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Seals waddling along the waterfront were once a common sight in Baku Bay, the Caspian Sea home of Azerbaijan's capital. Azer Garayev, the head of the Azerbaijan Society for the Protection of Animals, says the seals have for decades been suffering from over-hunting and the effects of industrial pollution

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinniped

Pinnipeds, commonly known as seals, are a widely distributed and diverse clade of carnivorous, fin-footed, semiaquatic marine mammals.They comprise the extant families Odobenidae (whose only living member is the walrus), Otariidae (the eared seals: sea lions and fur seals), and Phocidae (the earless seals, or true seals). There are 33 extant species of pinnipeds, and more than 50 extinct ...

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Seals and sea lions are commonly seen along the Oregon coast. Oregon has three sea lion species and two seals. The Stellar sea lion, Northern elephant seal and Pacific harbor seal are Oregon Conservation Strategy Species. ...

www.animalfactsencyclopedia.com/Seal-facts.html

Sea lions are members of the seal or pinniped family. The word pinniped means "flipper feet" or "feather feet" and includes three types of semi-aquatic marine mammals. The walrus, the "true seals" and the "eared seals" or "walking seals". There are 7 species of sea lions and 9 species of fur seals that make up the "earred seals".