Seals are mammals that live most of the time in water. They live in places with extreme climate (very low temperatures). As all the animals do, seals have to adapt to the enviroment . The next picture shows an adult seal:

Seals’ bodies have a perfect shape for living in water. Their bodies’ shape offers a minimum resistence against water. This type of resistence against water is called STREAMLINING. Therefore, seals can swim very fast to escape from predators and look for fish to eat.

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Ruth Moreno