Endangered Harp Seals!

They need our help.


  • They have white-grey fur, along with pure black eyes. On their backs, they have a harp or wishbone marking.
  • As a pup they have a white-yellow coat which turns pure white after about three day for 12 days.
  • Adults harp seals can weigh up to 300 or 400 lbs and 5-6 ft in legnth

Where do they live? What do they eat?

Harp seals live in the Arctic, close to Greenland, unless, they are babies. Young cubs live in the water, because it is warmer there than on the ice. As for what they eat, they chow down on more than 67 different types of fish, as well as 70 different species of Invertebrates. Lastly, they drink the milk of their mother.(Only when a baby)

Some Photo's of Harp Seals


  • Harp seals are sometimes called saddleback seals because of the dark, saddlelike marking on the back and sides of their light yellow or gray bodies of the adults.
  • Baby seals are born on pack ice floating in the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.

Why are they are endangered?

Harp Seals are endangered for their pure white fur. The fur can be made into clothes and can sell for money. Try to stop being cruel...