Harp seals spend most of their life in the water. They do not build homes on land. The females come on land to have their babies. The females all come together so that the babies are all close together. This helps the babies to stay warm.
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How do harp seals survive?
Harp Seals have reasonably thick blubber, at about 2-4 inches thick, and at birth (this is when they are white and fluffy until they moult) they can blend in with their surroundings in Antarctica. They also make burrows in the snow to hide from anything which may be dangerous to them. (these are mostly humans and polar bears) Harp Seals can swim and have been known to hold their breath for up to 10 minutes. They mostly eat penguins, fish, the majority...
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What and When do Harp seals eat and how long do they live?
Harp seals eat a variaty of cod fish, and their young eat crabs.They also eat when ever they are hungry basicly. They to the most of about 30 years. ...
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Do harp seals lay eggs or give birth to live young?
I think it may be live young but i am not sure.
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What are facts about harp seals?
"Pups measure 90-105 cm and weigh 6-10 kg at birth. As they are nursed by their mothers they grow about 2kg per day. Harp seals can live up to thirty-five years. In the water, harp seals propel themselves by moving their hind flippers left and right. On land they move by hopping on their belly, without the support of their limbs. Male harp seals develop their harp-like marking at the age of seven but the females do not until age 12....