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WHAT IS THE SEAL?


There are about 30 different species of seals. The seals are good swimmers. With their backfin they push themselves through the water, with the front fins they steer. They eat small fish, seabirds, crab-fish and shrimp. The seals have beautiful eyes, but they can't see well with them. Because their eyes are big, they can see lots of light under water.



The seals are short sighted. So, when you want to approach a seal, move on like a seal, otherwise it will run away. In spring the seals come on land to give birth to one newborn seal. The motherseal will take care for the newborn seal for about 4 weeks on the shores (beaches or rocks) or ice-floe. After about 3 years the newborn seal is mature. Seals live together in groups. The average lifespan of a Waddensea-seal is about 10 years. It weights up to 90 kilos and the average length is around 180 cm.














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