Yes, Arctic seals are mammals. All seals are mammals.
Seals are mammals
Yes, all seals are mammals.
Fur seals are mammals
All seals are mammals
All seals, including baby harp seals, are mammals.
NO seals are MAMMALS and all mammals are warm blooded
Orcas will eat seals, and seals are mammals.
Seals are semi-aquatic marine mammals.Seals are mammals - breathe air, have hair, give live birth.
Seals are mammals, mammals have lungs - not gills. Seals breathe pretty much like you and I.
Yes. Seals are mammals, and all mammals give live birth. Bonye Seals are mammals, however, not all mammals give live birth. There are five mammals that lay eggs.
Harp seals are mammals. All mammals reproduce sexually.
Sure. Orcas are mammals, and the don't mind dining on seals. Seals are carnivores. So mammals eat carnivores.
Very, very tenuously. Seals and spiny anteaters (echidnas) are both mammals. They are not, however, even the same type of mammals. Seals are placental mammals and echidnas are monotremes (egg-laying mammals).
Leopard seals live in the Southern Ocean which surrounds the continent. Leopard seals are sea mammals not land mammals.
Yes, like all seals.
sea lions and harp seals are related to seals
Yes, they are mammals and all mammals have bones.
All seals are mammals, and mammals (apart from the monotremes) have 'babies', they do not lay eggs.
Seals give birth to live young and suckle them.
Yes, they are all aquatic mammals.