they are being overhunted by humans.
Dying Seals, Frying Peels
if you mean what animals are dying from the oil spill it is seals mostly that are dying
The weddell seals population is around 800,000
When more people in a population are dying than are being born.
The preditors such as the bear, fisherman, alagator, and crocidile contributed to the fish population dying during the 1970s.
Harp seals eat fish, and according to my research, it appears that at least in one area, the harp seal population overlaps the salmon population. So it would make sense to believe that harp seals do eat salmon.
the population of poodle of very rare .not that they're dying, not much of breeding.
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Estimated Seal population ranges almost to 700,000 individuals.Although there are 35 species of seals, only six types live in Antarctica: Antarctic Fur Seals, Crabeater Seals, Leopard Seals, Ross Seals, and Weddell Seals. However, these six species make up the majority of the world's seal population. With no natural land predators, such as polar bears or man, Antarctic seals behave much differently than northern seals--showing little fear of man.Seals are categorized into three families: true seals, eared seals (common to most zoos), and walruses (found in the arctic). All of the seals in Antarctica are true seals (no ears). Even without ears, seal hearing out of the water is as good as human's. In the water, their hearing is even better. Its theorized that seals use a type of sonar to locate food, much like what dolphins and whales use.
Click on the link below or paste in your browser, this is why the population of seals are decreasing. There is a video you can watch, and there is a lot of information about how many seals are killed each year. This year alone there have been almost 60,000 seals killed. This is a HUGE decrease over last year due to the European Union ban on seal products. Usually there are almost 300,000 seals killed per year. http://www.hsus.org/protectseals.html --------------------------------------------
northern elephant sealspopulation: 7000,000 individualslocation: antarctic, circumpolarsizes: males 20 feet and females 10 feetweight: males 4 tons females 1 tondiet: fish and squidthere are about 6-7 different types of seals that live in Antarcticanorthern elephant sealsAntarctic fur sealscrabeater sealsleopard sealsross seals and weddell sealsYes.
Mostly whales and seals
Birth and death rates determine whether a population is growing, shrinking, or staying constant. If more people are being born than dying, then it is growing. If more are dying than being born, then the population is shrinking.
8934 belive me its right they r dying
by abi dying
they were kale
they keep dying
the population of Oman is 3,200,000 by the way now its more because people are dying and being born
if more people are dying than are being born then the population will decrease and if more people are being born than are dying the population will increase. P2=P1(1+x)n
Most likely increase, due to removing a predator of the krill would decrease the number of them dying from seal predation. also other organisms that eat krill population will increase due to less competition.
Arctic ice is melting from global warming. Bears need the ice to catch seals which they rely on for food.