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    • SEALSOCEAN ANIMALSBy Les RoquetesSchool
    • What are they like?• Seals are mammals.• They are carnivors.• They are brown, grey or white.• They’re friendly.• There are 32 speciesof seals.
    • Physical description• They’ve got a short and big tail.• They’ve got two flippers.• They’ve got long whiskers.• They’ve got a black nose.• They’ve got small teeth.eyeswhiskersflipperstail
    • Where do they live?• Seals live in the Artic Ocean.• They live in the North Pole.• They live in cold environments.• They spend most of the time in the sea orlying on the snow.
    • What do they eat?• Seals eat all types of small fish.• They also eat prawns, crabs, sea plantsand all kinds of invertebrates.
    • What can they do?• They can swim very fast.• They can jump out of the water.• They can learn how to play.• They can sleep long hours.
    • IMAGES
    • VIDEO• HTTP://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeT7nY7qWCl
    • Interesting websites in English• http://www.livescience.com/27870-seals.html• http://www.seals-world.com/• http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/fur-seal/• http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/life/Gray_Seal
    • Thank you for watching! I hopethat you liked it.