Yes they are, they are warm blooded and feed their young milk.
Seals are mammalian (mammals) and live among the regions of Antarctica and the south pole. They are the only hunters of penguins there apart from snow wolves. They have hair (whiskers) and have babies straight instead of hatching an egg (like reptiles, fish, birds, & insects).
Seals are endothermic vertebrates that suckle their young. Seals are classified in the Class Mammalia by taxonomists. In the class Mammalia, seals are placed in the order Pinnipedia or, more recently in the order Carnivora with cats and dogs and bears and hyaenas. Seals are known as marine or aquatic mammals.
Yes seals are mammals because they give live birth.
Yes, seals are mammals. This also includes similar aquatic animals like sea-lions and walrus. All are mammals of the order Pinnipedia. All give birth to live young.
Yes, Arctic seals are mammals. All seals are mammals.
Seals are mammals
Fur seals are mammals
All seals are mammals
Yes, all seals are mammals.
All seals, including baby harp seals, are mammals.
NO seals are MAMMALS and all mammals are warm blooded
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.