THREAT LEVEL: least concern animals


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

The Juan Fernández Fur Seal is a polygynous species. Based on sealer observations made during the late 18th century, the
Rough-toothed dolphins are small members of the dolphin group that can grow up to 8.5 feet (2.6 m) long and about 350
Southern elephant seals are named after the large proboscis (nose) of the adult males, which is used to make loud
Adult male Leopard Seals are 2.8 to 3.3 m long and weigh up to 300 kg. Adult females are 2.9
Gray whales are mysticetes, or baleen whales. Gray whales are the only species in the family Eschrichtiidae. These large whales
  Dall's porpoises are "high strung," fast swimming members of the porpoise family and are common in the North Pacific
Harp seals are part of the family Phocidae, known as the "true" or "earless" seals because they lack external ear
Gray seals are part of the "true seal" family, Phocidae. True seals lack external ear flaps and have short forelimbs
Spotted seals are members of the "true seal" family, Phocidae. They have a round head, narrow snout, small body, and
They are slightly smaller on average than leopard and crabeater seals, reaching about 3 metres and 200 kg. Their coat