Hawaiian monk seals give birth to one pup only, to which they will nurse for up to six weeks, but they have also been known to nurse other females pups.
There are only an estimated 1,100 monk seals in the Hawaiian Islands, and with the population declining at a rate of 4 percent annually, biologists predict their numbers will dip below 1,000 in the next three to four years. NOAA biologists counted 119 seal pups born in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands in 2009, compared with 138 in 2008. Monk seal sightings are becoming more frequent in the main Hawaiian Islands, where 15 births were recorded. In 2009, six pup births were reported on Moloka'i, five on Kaua'i, two on O'ahu, and two on Maui. But, the 2009 breeding season produced the fewest pups in at least 10 years making the Hawaiian Monk Seal one of the world's rarest species.
They are called "Seal pups".
Young seal are called pups.
A bull seal and a cow seal have seal pups.
They are known as pups
they are called...PUPS!!
Seal cubs (pups) eat fish. I'm not sure what type of fish but I know they eat mainly fish.