| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||Waters of the N Pacific
||Grey with Dark Spots
||1.4 - 2.1 m (4.6 - 6.9 ft)
||65 - 150 Kgs (140 - 330 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
25 - 35 Yrs
Spotted Seals have a body length between 1.4 and 2.1 m (4.6 - 6.9 ft) and they weigh between 65 and 150 kgs (140 - 330 lbs). They are coloured pale grey and they have dark coloured spots.
Spotted Seals inhabit waters of the north Pacific Ocean.
Spotted Seals mainly feed upon fish and crustaceans.
After a gestation period of 12 months, Spotted Seals give birth to 1 - 2 pups. They are weaned by the time they reach a month old and they reach sexual maturity at 3 - 5 years of age.
Predators of Spotted Seals include sharks, killer whales and polar bears.
Spotted Seals have no subspecies
Spotted Seals are also known as: