One of the Pinnipedia; a seal.
fin-footed marine animal such as a walrus, seal, or sea lion.
Member of the marine mammal group, characterized by four swimming flippers; for example seals and sea lions.
aquatic carnivorous mammal having a streamlined body specialized for swimming with limbs modified as flippers
a finned-footed marine mammal carnivore
a mammal that has flippers, such as a seal
a marine mammal, such as a seal or sea lion
Any of a suborder of aquatic carnivorous mammals with all four limbs modified into flippers; includes seals, sea lions, and walruses.
the order of marine mammals which includes seals, sea lions and walruses.
pin-na-ped]- marine mammals with flippers, such as seals, walruses and sea lions.
Any member of the various families of aquatic, fin-footed mammals in the order Carnivora. There are three existing families of pinnipeds: Odobenidae (walrus), Phocidae (earless seals), and Otariidae (eared seals).
Fin-footed, Suborder of carnivores consisting of seals, sea lions and the walrus.
Of or belonging to the Pinnipedia, an order of aquatic mammals that include seals, sea lions, walruses and similar animals having fin-like flippers for locomotion. They are carnivorous and "haul out" on shore to have their pups.
An order of aquatic, carniverous (meat-eating) mammals including sea lions, true seals, and walruses; from the Latin PINNA ("feather") and PEDIS ("foot"), or "featherfoot".
A member of the order Pinnepedia: seals and sea lions.
Pinnipeds ("fin-feet", lit. "winged feet") are large marine mammals belonging to the former biological suborder Pinnipedia (sometimes now a superfamily) of the order Carnivora. The pinnipeds now fall within the suborder Caniformia and comprise the families Odobenidae (walruses), Otariidae (sea lions, eared seals, and fur seals), and Phocidae (true seals). Recent molecular analysis reveals that the closest living relatives of the pinnipeds are the bears, which was already suspected for some time.