Harp Seal

Maryland,
United States
lovely animal
Utah,
United States
The world is rapidly changing, new technologies, habitats all over the place are being slowly illuminated by human recourses. This means a lot of spices are in danger of becoming extinct. By saving the Harp Seals we can be making our own little difference in changing a part of our world int a little corner of paradise.
Missouri,
United States
I think it would be interesting to learn about the seals. For example, how it adapts to the changing climate.
Tennessee,
United States
Sometimes beautiful things get taken for granted. We as humans are curious creatures who want to know everything about our world. It is this fact that traps, kills, and take away it's natural beauty.
Tennessee,
United States
Because it is not with a group or mom.
Tennessee,
United States
Because it's not with a group of seals or mom (if baby)
Texas,
United States
The seals find ice cover while they breed and global warming is taking that away from them.
Missouri,
United States
I like his white furry fur and I really like harp seals and they are becoming really extinct.
Pennsylvania,
United States
Isolation, cold waters.
New York,
United States
Seals are being hurt by our changing world because they are loosing their habitat (ice) which they need to live!
New York,
United States
Global warming will hurt these animals. They're sooo cute!
Washington,
United States
It's cute
Virginia,
United States
Climate change causes ice melting and loss of habitat for animals. It has a cascading effect. Also greatly affects oceanic ecosystem.
- Climate change - Cute seal
District Of Columbia,
United States
I don't care why it's cute.
West Virginia,
United States
As we know, the polar ice caps are vanishing, thus, the harp seal is going to lose its habitat as well.
New Jersey,
United States
The warming climate is affecting the polar areas of the world and threatening the mammals on land and in the seas.
New Jersey,
United States
He is really cute!
cause it shows more animals joining the league of the extinct
Argentina
The melting down of the poles is a fact, I see this picture and I get scared, for so many species depend so much on seasonal ice.

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