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THREAT LEVEL: least concern animals

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The following animals are considered LEAST CONCERN by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN):

Short-Beaked Common Dolphin (Delphinus delphis)Read more.
Short-beaked common dolphins are small dolphins under 9 feet (2.7 m) long and weigh about 440 [...] Read more.
California Sea Lion (Zalophus californianus)Read more.
California sea lions are members of the “eared seal” family, Otariidae. They are the most [...] Read more.
Harp Seal (Phoca groenlandica)Read more.
Harp seals are part of the family Phocidae, known as the “true” or “earless” seals [...] Read more.
Brown Fur Seal (Arctocephalus pusillus) aka South African Fur Seal or Australian Fur SealRead more.
Afro-Australian Fur Seals are the largest of all Fur Seals. Mean asymptotic mass and length [...] Read more.
Pantropical Spotted Dolphin (Stenella attenuata)Read more.
Like other dolphins of the genus Stenella, these are relatively small dolphins, reaching lengths of [...] Read more.
Leopard Seal (Hydrurga leptonyx)Read more.
Adult male Leopard Seals are 2.8 to 3.3 m long and weigh up to 300 [...] Read more.
Northern Right Whale Dolphin (Lissodelphis borealis)Read more.
Northern right whale dolphins are members of the delphinid family and the subfamily Lissodelphinae. They [...] Read more.
Bearded Seal (Erignathus barbatus)Read more.
Bearded seals are members of the “true seal” family, Phocidae. They have a small head, [...] Read more.
Fraser’s Dolphin (Lagenodelphis hosei)Read more.
Fraser’s dolphins are members of the delphinid family. They are about 6-9 feet (2-2.7 m) long [...] Read more.
Southern Elephant Seal (Mirounga leonina)Read more.
Southern elephant seals are named after the large proboscis (nose) of the adult males, which [...] Read more.

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