An adult seal can weigh from about130 lbs to more than 8,000 lbs depending on the species.
There are 32 known species of seals. The largest is the southern elephant seal which grow to 13 feet in length and the smallest is the Galapagos that grow to 4 feet in length.
Seals are found throughout the world from Polar Regions to tropical waters.
Are the most garrulous pinnipeds or marine mammals with broad heads, flippers, short muzzle, small eyes, tusks and whiskers.
Are marine fin-footed mammals in the family Otariidae and have the ability to walk on all fours.
Is a bear native largely within the Arctic circle.
Are medium sized whales belonging to the Monodontidae family and found in the Arctic regions all year round.
Are giant birds found on every continent except Antarctica.
Are mostly semi-aquatic animals that belong to the same family as badgers, polecats, weasels and wolverines.
Are the largest living land animals that are now found in the world
is Earth's southernmost continent, containing the geographic South Pole.
Are long bodied, cold-blooded vertebrates that belong to the class Reptilia.