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The scientific name for a Weddell seal is Leptonychotes weddellii

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The Scientific Name of the 'Weddell Seal' is Leptonychotes weddellii and belongs to a group of seals known as Phocidae - or true seals.~ hope this helped :)


The predators of a Weddell Seal is the word random.


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


A Weddell seal can dive to lengths of 100m



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


a seal that lives in the Antarctic


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


The weddell seals population is around 800,000


The Weddell seal weighs up to 1000 pounds once they are fully grown.


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


Weddell seal eat fish, krill, squid, bottom-feeding prawns, cephalopods, crustaceans and sometimes penguins


No, the Southern Elephant Seal is the largest of all seals.


species of seal in Antarctica


The Weddell seals colour is mostly black with a bit of grey here and there


Weddell seals dive up to 1,000 feet to get their food.


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.


It does not live anywhere in the Arctic (the north polar region). The Weddell Seal is a native of the Antarctic (the south polar region)


Gerald L. Kooyman has written: 'Weddell seal, consummate diver' -- subject(s): Weddell seal


You may be thinking of the Weddell Seal or the Leopard Seal.


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


The weddell seal population is not endangered, however they are protected by the CCAS and the Antarctic treaty.


The Weddell seal eats fish, squid and krill in their diet.


The scientific name for seals in general is Pinnipedia. Bear in mind that specific scientific name depends on the exact species. Phoca largha for example is the scientific name for the spotted seal.


Gerald Lee Kooyman has written: 'Polar adaptation of the Weddell seal, Leptonychotes Weddelli, lesson' -- subject(s): Weddell seal



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