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What animal’s underwater call is loud enough to be heard through Antarctic ice?

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The calls of the Weddell Seal are so loud that researchers can easily hear them through the ice. The Weddell Seal has the most southern habitat of any seal, living in the icy waters of the Southern Ocean along the coast of Antarctica and other nearby islands.

 

 

 

 

 

Listen to the unusual calls of the Weddell Seal:

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