Sea lions are often mistaken for seals. Sea lions are on the skinny side and walk on their flippers, whilst seals are on the chubby side and don't really go on land but if they do, they kind of waddle on their bellies.
Seals and sea lions do not live in Jamaica.
Sea lions have earlobes, but seals have ears without lobes.
Yes seals are bigger than sea lions
Sea lions occasionally kill and eat other seals, but their regular diet is fish.
Yes they eat turtles, sea lions, and seals, and many kind of fish
Ocean-going mammals such as leopard seals, sea lions and orcas.
The young of all pinnipeds (seals, sea lions, walruses etc) are called pups.
Sea Lions do, and so do seals..:)
no. that is just fur seals/leopard seals ect. sea lions live in temperate, rocky areas, close to the sea.
Antarctica.... - penguins - mountains - fish - sea lions - Seals -ice -and the ocean
There are sea lions in Antarctica. Both sea lions and seals are able to live in the harsh climate of Antarctica.
Sea lions and walruses are relatives of seals.
Sea lions mate on land (seals also mate on land)
sea lions and harp seals are related to seals
Sea Lions have outer ears, while seals don't Sea Lions can prop themselves up on their front flippers, while seals can't. So the thing at Sea World doing the tricks, that's a Sea Lion. Probably a California Sea Lion. Sea Lions swim with the front flippers and steer with the back. Opposite for Seals.
Weddell seals are related to walruses and sea lions
yeah coz' seals and sea lions are fish aren't they
walruses and sea lions
Answer A sea lion has external earflaps, while seals have internal ears. Sea lions can pivot their hind flippers to walk on land, but seals cannot. Sea lions propel with their front flippers and steer with the back, but seals are opposite of this.
Yes, they do. Sea lions aren't actually true seals, and are adapted to movement on land slightly better than true seals are with hindquarters that are elevated and more easily moved by the sea lions.
a walrus, sea turtles, seals, sea lions
Normal seals,sea lions, grey seals, lion seals, ice seals,seafearers and fur seals
According to Biologists, seals and sea lions are consumers because they are ranked higher in the food chain and consume small fish. Also, seals and sea lions cannot produce their own food. A sea lion does not produce food, so it is a consumer. They are actually secondary consumers as they get their energy from other consumers.
Leopard Seals eat sea lions.
fish and penguins
No, they are not, although they are similar.
Pinnipeds are seals,sea lions,and walruses.
Yes they are related.
no. and they shouldnt be... what are you? stupid?
Seals and sea lions will attack other males during mating time.
fish,rays, tuna,smaller sharks, dolphins, porpoises, whale carcasses,seals, fur seals,sea lions and sea turtles gret whites are picky eaters and prefer seals and sea lions to any of the listed above.
Seals, sea lions, seahorses.
both Seal and Sea Lion.
seals and sea lions. I think manatees too
Seals and sea lions are marine mammals called 'pinnipeds' that differ in physical characteristics and adaptations. Sea lions (left) are brown, bark loudly, "walk" on land using their large flippers and have visible ear flaps. Seals have small flippers, wriggle on their bellies on land, and lack visible ear flaps.
Fish are cold blooded and have scales. They have streamlined bodies and breath under water. Seals and sea lions have fur. They are warm blooded and breath air.
Skunks, Squirrels, Seals, Sea Otters and Sea Lions
The answer is Seals, Penguins and Sea lions. :)
Because they are mammals.
walruses and seals
Sea lions, which are seals, and mountain lions, which are also called pumas, panther, cougar.
a baby sea lion is called a pup Baby Sea Lions Are Called Sea Lion Pups And Seals Are Called Seal Pups What Else .
Sea lions have external ears and seals do not.
seals, sea lions, walruses . :D
Pinnipeds include seals, sea lions, and walrus. The scientific name for just seals (true, ear less seals) is phocidae.
Clams, sea urchins, fish, seals, sea lions, it depends on the area
Seals, walrus, sea lions and whales