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Name Of Seastar

Name Seastar
Male Name male
Femle Name female
Kids/Baby Name larva, pluteus (free-swimming stage), juvenile (young urchin)
Group Name -
More About Seastar

  • There are 18 seal species still inhabiting the seas today, but not long ago there were 19 species.
  • Seals can be found in all the oceans and a few freshwater lakes, one of which is Lake Baikal in Russia
  • Seals do not have an ear that extends from the skull, but they can still hear well.
  • Seals propel themselves through the water with their rear flippers. Their front flippers are used for steering. The front flippers of seals are short with sharp claws.
  • Seals cannot use their rear flippers to walk on land or ice and most appear awkward when moving on these surfaces.
  • Seals have a torpedo like shape in the water and use their rear flippers to move rapidly to catch prey and escape predators
  • Seals are quite large animals at any stage of life
  • The scientific name for seals is 'pinnipeds'
  • Some seal species suckle their young for as little as 4 days.

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