Seals use their their long, cat-like whiskers to track down their prey in the deep, dark ocean

Seals use their their long, cat-like whiskers to track down their prey in the deep, dark ocean

Seals use their whiskers to track down their prey in the deep, dark ocean, according to a study that observed the sea creatures in their natural habitat. Because light can’t penetrate the darkness of the ocean’s depths, animals have devised a range of adaptations to survive and hunt there. Whales and dolphins, for example, use […]

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