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  • Hawaiian monk seal - Wikipedia

    The Hawaiian monk seal, Neomonachus schauinslandi (formerly Monachus schauinslandi), is an endangered species of earless seal in the family Phocidae that is endemic ...

  • Hawaiian Monk Seal | National Geographic

    Hawaiian monk seals live in the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. These small islands and atolls are either uninhabited or little-used by humans. They are also ...

  • Hawaiian Monk Seal (Neomonachus schauinslandi) :: NOAA ...

    The Hawaiian monk seal's entire range is within U.S. waters. The majority of monk seals live in six main breeding subpopulations in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands ...

  • The Marine Mammal Center : Hawaiian Monk Seal

    Animal Classification. Monachus schauinslandi. Description. The ancient Hawaiian name was "llio holo I ka uaua" meaning "dog that runs in rough water."

  • Monk seal - Wikipedia

    The Hawaiian monk seal, as the name suggests, lives solely in the Hawaiian archipelago. Monk seals migrated to Hawaii between 4–11 million years ago (mya) through ...

  • Hawaiian Monk Seal - Pacific Islands Fish and Wildlife Office

    Endangered Species in the Pacific Islands. Hawaiian Monk Seal / Monachus schauinslandi / ‘Ilio holo I ka uaua (dog that runs in rough water)

  • Hawaiian Monk Seal - Seal Facts and Information

    You will find that the overall physical appearance of the Hawaiian Monk Seal makes it look much different from the other species of seals.

  • Hawaiian Monk Seal - Ocean Conservancy

    How Long I Live 25-30 years old ; Where I Like to Hang Out I spend two-thirds of my time out at sea and typically look for food in waters around 60-300 feet deep.

  • Learn about monk seals - NOAA

    The monk seal is known in Hawaiian as Ilio-holo-i-ka-uaua, which means "dog running in the rough seas," or na mea hulu, which means "the furry one."

  • Hawaiian Monk Seal - Earthjustice

    The Hawaiian monk seal, with folds of skin reminiscent of a monk’s hood, dives hundreds of feet to feed–nearly the length of one or two football fields! Found ...

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