Talk:Ringed seal

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An anon wrote: The ringed seal is found in cold waters and are hunted by eskimos and poacher. The poacher are more of a threat. They give birth to one pup at a time. 8 weeks after the birth the pup heads out to the ice. They have light ring marking on their backs and are curios creatures. The Phoca Hispida has eyebrows. they have a layer of blubber on them at all times even in summer. They are about 200 million ringed seals today. They are a gift of water. 14:49, 22 November 2005 User:204.117.145.194