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"This is a Weddell seal. Usually quite shy and docile, Weddell seals are the southernmost ranging mammal on earth. Unlike their Antarctic cousins (crabeater, leopard, and Ross seals) the Weddell seals prefer to live around the shore fast ice year-round, using breathing holes in the winter to breathe and rest." | A repost via @davidmerron ⁠ ⁠ Join us for free tomorrow at 1 PM ET for our family-friendly webinar with Polar Expedition Guide and Marine Biologist Annie, who will share interesting facts about these cute & blubbery marine mammals! ⁠ ⁠ Sign up with the link in bio! 👆 #PolarLearningChannel⁠ ⁠ #TravelwithQuark #Antarctica #Seals

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