Seal swimming in clear sea water

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Seal swimming in clear sea water

Seals are semi–aquatic predatory mammals. These amazing animals only seem clumsy. They spend most of the days lounging and sunbathing on the land, but in the water, they are good swimmers, strong and graceful. Seals are mainly found in the marine waters of the Arctic regions, near the Arctic Ocean. They also inhabit the temperate and subantarctic waters of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. In the wild they live an average of 30 years, females usually live longer than males. Seals are gregarious social animals that stick close to each other, especially during periods of reproduction, childbirth, and molting. They use voice, smell, and tactility to communicate, they have many vocalizations, many of which are used during the mating season. They also practice nonverbal communication, such as neck bites and silent threats with their mouths open, or by tactile communication using whiskers (also called vibrissae). Mothers identify their young by smell, recognition of mothers and babies is possible even after 4 years of separation.

Number of pieces Times solved The fastest time The slowest time The average time
54 3 5m 43s 23m 40s 14m 11s
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150 2 23m 55s 4h 8m 47s 2h 16m 21s
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Published: Jan 4, 2023
Updated: Jan 18, 2023

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