Antarctica’s Fiercest Predator

The most aggressive of the pinniped family, leopard seals spend their days hunting penguins, fish, squid, and even other seals. They are efficient hunters, lying in wait underwater near ice-shelves to feed on their warm-blooded prey. Their aerodynamic, long, muscular bodies make them fast swimmers, and their counter-shaded coat allows them to blend seamlessly into their environment.

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