What other mammals are related to seals?
sea lions and harp seals are related to seals
Very, very tenuously. Seals and spiny anteaters (echidnas) are both mammals. They are not, however, even the same type of mammals. Seals are placental mammals and echidnas are monotremes (egg-laying mammals).
Platypuses are only related to seals and otters in that they are all semi-aquatic mammals. Even there, the similarity is flimsy, because seals and otters are placental mammals, whereas platypuses are monotremes, or egg-laying mammals, one of only two types of such animals in the world.
Yes, Arctic seals are mammals. All seals are mammals.
Seals are mammals
Both are mammals. That's it, they are not related. The walrus is a pinniped, related to seals, whales are Cetaceans, related to porpoises and dolphins.
All seals are mammals
Fur seals are mammals
Yes, all seals are mammals.
Vaginal delivery, like other mammals.
All seals, including baby harp seals, are mammals.
Orcas will eat seals, and seals are mammals.
NO seals are MAMMALS and all mammals are warm blooded
Seals are semi-aquatic marine mammals. Seals are mammals - breathe air, have hair, give live birth.
Seals are mammals, mammals have lungs - not gills. Seals breathe pretty much like you and I.
Some are. Seals and other pinnipeds, for example.
Yes. Seals are mammals, and all mammals give live birth. Bonye Seals are mammals, however, not all mammals give live birth. There are five mammals that lay eggs.
Yes, Hawaiian monk seals do have spines. They are just like other mammals that are vertebrates. In other words, they have backbones.
it hunts for seals and other small mammals
Sure. Orcas are mammals, and the don't mind dining on seals. Seals are carnivores. So mammals eat carnivores.
Harp seals are mammals. All mammals reproduce sexually.
Leopard seals live in the Southern Ocean which surrounds the continent. Leopard seals are sea mammals not land mammals.
Yes, like all seals.
Fish, crabs, lobsters, seals, and other marine and/or aquantic land mammals.
Yes, they are mammals and all mammals have bones.
All seals are mammals, and mammals (apart from the monotremes) have 'babies', they do not lay eggs.
They are classified as such because they give birth ( rather than laying eggs ), much like human beings and other mammals.
Seals give birth to live young and suckle them.
Some seals are cannibalistic... Yes. Although seals mostly prey on fish and small mammals , many species of seal, such as the leopard seal, have been known to eat other seals as part of their diet. There have been National Geographic films about how seals will eat other seals. Mostly the males will try to eat the young of other males; this is due to territorial claims of the female rather than hunger.
Penguins are birds and seals are mammals. They are not related biologically any more than any bird and any mammal can be said to be related through a common ancestor who lived millions of years ago and from whom both evolved. The only way in which seals and penguins are related is that they share the same habitats and may belong to a common food chain, as in, seals eating penguins.
Leopard seals are one of the largest species of seals, so they are related to seals.
Yes, they are all aquatic mammals.
Seals don't have gills. Seals are mammals, and breathe pretty much like you and I, with lungs.
Dolphins and seals are not related.
They are both.
All seals have fur. They're all mammals, and like all mammals (with exception to a few), they have fur.
Seals are mammals, and they give milk to their young.
You can infer (to some extent) the mammal's diet, and you can compare them with other mammals' teeth to find which other mammals it is related to.
Fur seals are mammals and breed like all mammals, through male sperm fertilization of female eggs. Seals are mammals, so mothers carry their young in the womb and pups are born alive to be nurtured by their parents.
Yes seals are mammals because they give live birth.
no because its just has dolphins seals and whales also other mammals They also have rollercosters .
As mammals, I would think they reproduce sexually. Have you ever seen a seal split itself in half, or bud other seals off of its skin?
No, leopard seals are mammals and have lungs, only fish have gills.
No Seals are (aquatic) mammals, and penguins are flightless (aquatic) birds.
give birth Seals are mammals, so they reproduce by having sex.
Australian Fur Seals give live birth and have lungs, so they are mammals, but living in an aquatic environment further classifies them as sea mammals, or aquatic mammals.
they are mammals ...
whales dolphins seals
yes, they are mammals
No. Seals are placental mammals.
Seals are mammals