Seals and Sea Lions

When does a seal eat?


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Yes a seal does eat fish.

it depends on the seal but some eat krill. The leopard seal dose not eat krill and eats fish and other seals

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Seal eat Squid, fish, penguins, and some eat other seals.

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

Seal cubs (pups) eat fish. I'm not sure what type of fish but I know they eat mainly fish.

no seals eat octopuses

one type of seal might be able to eat a human it is called the lepord seal.

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no they eat mostly fish

no only the leopard seal eats a penguin

They eat penguins,fish and Krill.

A leopard seal will eat a fairy penguin.

the eat crocs, fishes, catfish, pirranahs.

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

no of course it doesn't

A Carribian Monk seal eats fish, lobster, eels, and octupus

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