THREAT LEVEL: least concern animals


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

The bottlenose dolphin is one of the most well known species of marine mammals. They have a robust body and
Crabeater seals are the most numerous of the world's seals.  There are millions of crabeater seals.  After the pups are
  Dall's porpoises are "high strung," fast swimming members of the porpoise family and are common in the North Pacific
Like other dolphins of the genus Stenella, these are relatively small dolphins, reaching lengths of 6 to 7 feet (2 m) and
Cuvier's beaked whales, sometimes called "goose-beaked whales," are members of the beaked whale family (Ziphiidae). They can reach lengths of
Harbor porpoises have a small, robust body with a short, blunt beak. Females are slightly larger than males. They have
Harp seals are part of the family Phocidae, known as the "true" or "earless" seals because they lack external ear
  The Baikal Seal belongs to the Phocina group of northern seals, which includes the Ringed Seals (Pusa), the Harbour
Adult male Leopard Seals are 2.8 to 3.3 m long and weigh up to 300 kg. Adult females are 2.9
Bearded seals are members of the "true seal" family, Phocidae. They have a small head, large body, and small, square