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Elephant Seal By Shawn
Mammal It has lungs and a backbone.
Location Pacific coast of the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
Habitat Where: 80 % in the ocean Shelter: on the ice and on the land Temperature: cold and warm
Food Elephant seals eat fish, squids and walruses.
Predator-prey The Killer Whale and shark eat elephant seals.
Size/Looks height: 14 to 16 feet Weight: 2 tons Description: slimy and big
Interesting Fact They live to be 20 years old.
Interesting Fact They begin learning to swim in shallow waters.
Interesting Fact They shed their hair at once.
Interesting Fact They can remain under water for 100 minutes.
Interesting Fact They are protected from the cold by their blubber.
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