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Answered 2014-03-19 15:06:38

The Weddell seal survives in Antarctic waters, since the liquid marine environment is its natural habitat.


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James Weddell was an English sailor and seal hunter. He travelled to Antarctica and now has a seal and a sea named after him.

species of seal in Antarctica

The Southern Elephant seal, Crabeater seal, Weddell seal, Leopard seal and Ross seal.

The Habitat of the Weddell Seal is in Antarctica around the outside of it, they live mostly in fast shelf ice near cracks and holes.

There are quite a few different types of seals in Antarctica, such as the Weddell seal, the Crab-eater Seal, leopard seal and the Elephant Seal.

Breeding seals on Antarctica's beaches include the Weddell Seal and the Leopard Seal.

The Leopard Seal and the Weddell Seal are types of seals with a polar habitat around Antarctica in the Southern Ocean.

I Belive you are reffering to the Weddell Seal. It is able to survive at such a cold place because of its thick fat.

the Weddell Seal, the Proboscis Worm, and the Cormorant bird are all rare animals in Antarctica

The predators of a Weddell Seal is the word random.

A Weddell seal can dive to lengths of 100m

The scientific name for a Weddell seal is Leptonychotes weddellii

No, the Weddell seal does not migrate probably because it's so obese!!

Weddell Seals live in the Southern Ocean that surrounds the Antarctic continent.Antarctica is a continent and Weddell Seals are sea mammals. Weddell Seals live in the Southern Ocean, which surrounds the continent of Antarctica.

a seal that lives in the Antarctic

Weddell seals and Leopard seals are both common in Antarctic waters.

a Weddell seal can eat fish, Krill and other small marine mammals

Seals are marine animals. Antarctica is a continent. Seals that live in the Southern Ocean include Leopard seals and Weddell seals.

Antarctica borders the Weddell Sea.

Antarctica touches the Weddell Sea.

The weddell seals population is around 800,000

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