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Object name Weddell Seal
Caption Weddell seals live farther south than any other mammal, where coastal air temperatures can be as low as -92°F. Weddell seals generally dive to depths of 600 feet, but have been recorded diving as much as 2,000 feet. They can remain underwater for more than an hour.
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