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How many seals are there in antarctica?

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7: elephant seals,harp seals, cabeater seals, ross seals, leopard seals, wendell seals and hooded seals

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Generally, you can find Weddell seals and Leopard seals in the Southern Ocean that surrounds Antarctica.


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


yes they do. there are leopard seals elephant seals and many other breeds


Antarctica is a continent and seals prefer to live in sea water. Seals do, however, come to the Antarctic beaches in spring, to breed.


Antarctica is a continent and seals live in the sea. The Southern Ocean, which surrounds Antarctica, is home to Weddell seals and Leopard seals.


yes, Lepord seals live in Antarctica.


Seals are marine mammals and do not live 'in Antarctica': Antarctica is a continent. Seals survive in their natural habitat, water, which surrounds Antarctica in the form of the Southern Ocean.


All seals live in ocean water. Weddell Seals and Leopard Seals inhabit the Southern Ocean which surrounds Antarctica.


No seals live in Antarctica: it is a continent and seals are marine animals. Several types of seals enjoy the habitat of the Southern Ocean, which surrounds the Antarctic continent. Leopard seals and Weddell seals are among the most common types you can find in those waters.


Antarctica is a continent and seals live in the ocean. During breeding season, you can find Weddell Seals and Leopard Seals on Antarctica's beaches. In addition, you may find Antarctic Fur Seals, Crabeater Seals and Ross Seals. All Southern Ocean seals are true seals; no eared seals or walrus exist in these cold waters.


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There are no harp seals in Antarctica. Their habitat is the northern Atlantic and the Arctic Oceans.


There are six types of penguins in Antartica


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.


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.


Harbor seals, Elephant seals, Ross seals, Weddell seals, Antarctica Fur seals, Leopard seals and Navy seals.


the stations in Antarctica are:sealswhalesyour welcome


Leopard seals are aquatic animals that live in the Southern Ocean that surrounds the continent of Antarctica. No seals live on the continent.


Seals are sea mammals and Antarctica is a continent. Yes, several types of seals live in the Southern Ocean that surrounds the Antarctic continent.



Seals live in oceans and in other oceans in addition to those that live in the Southern Ocean, which surrounds Antarctica. Seals are not land animals: Antarctica is a land mass.


elephant seals live in sub Antarctica and Antarctica waters and in the ocean,sand bars and on the beach!


Leopard seals are aquatic animals and live in the Southern Ocean around the continent of Antarctica.


There are no plants in Antarctica. Seals are marine animals and use sea life not land life, to survive.


Leopard seals are marine animals and live in the Southern Ocean which surrounds Antarctica. Leopard seals have been known to sunbathe on Antarctica's beaches.



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