Monk Seal



The Monk Seal is a very adept diver, with the ability to go as deep as 1500 feet but generally only dive to a depth of 200 feet. It is believed that they consume 6 and 13 percent of their body mass in food each day and have a lifespan between 25 and 30 years. Monk Seals are currently critically endangered with a population of about 1,100, of which only about 500 are in the wild. They are Hawaiian natives and are only found on Hawaii and on Jognston Atoll.

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