Harbor seals exist in the northern hemisphere. There are no harbor seals in Antarctic waters.
Harbor seals eat flounder, but I'm sure that there are others that do. -Gabby Howe
One is a gray and other a harbor?!
Harbor seals, like all seals, are carnivores. Specifically, they hunt fish for food. Harbor seals are not capable of filtering plankton from seawater, and even if they could it would not provide the nutrients they require.
Harbor seals, Elephant seals, Ross seals, Weddell seals, Antarctica Fur seals, Leopard seals and Navy seals.
Yes, like all seals.
sharks eat seals
seals eats krill and fish
canniball monk seals
yes the polar bear eats seals and the seal eats fish and krill
habor seals live in salt water
The harbor seal has flippers instead of limbs.
No, they are not endangered.
Yes they are.
An animal that eats seals is a killer whale. And sharks. And Eskimo'sOrcas, great white sharks
No, the Harp Seal and Harbor Seals are two different seals. However, the Common Seal is another name for the Harbor Seal.
Killer wales eat elephant seals