When it comes to birth, elephant seals are perfectly normal mammals, with live births.
yes they do
Elephant Seals are found in Antarctica.
yes they do. there are leopard seals elephant seals and many other breeds
elephant seals, arctic seals, and monk seals
A cold one.
They are called elephant seals because they have long noses like a regular elephant.
Yes, Northern Elephant seals migrate to Alaska to feed.
Because elephant seals are gray.
Elephant seals do not have gills. They have lungs.
Elephant Seals do not live underwater because they are mammals and need to breath! Just like us, they have fat to keep them warm in the Sub-antarctic climate
nope. well im not sure.
Killer wales eat elephant seals
Squids and the antarctic toothfish live in the waters of the antarctic penguins, seals, elephant seals, and many other.
On average elephant seals live to be about 108, depending on their location and diet.
Yes, all elephant seals have trunks.
Emperor penguins, Adelie penguins, flying birds, Elephant seals, Weddell seals and Leopard seals
Elephant seals only have two predators. The primary natural predator of elephant seals are great white sharks. Elephant seals are also prey to killer whales known as orcas.
Northern elephant seals have a short lifespan of nine years in the wild. Ringed and gray seals typically live up to 40 years. Leopard seals generally live up to 15 years. A southern elephant seal's average lifespan ranges from 20 to 22 years. Fur, Hawaiian monk, harp and Weddell seals live up to 30 years.
No. If you google pics of elephant seals, you will notice that they do not have tusks. Walruses have them, however.
What is aelephant seals subphylum
It refers to the elephant seals which were seen there.
The height of southern and northern elephant seals are around 6' to 6' 6" The height of southern and northern elephant seals are around 6' to 6' 6"
Elephant seals have their trunks to make a weird call and for a couple other things.