The smallest breed of seal is the ringed seal of the Artic Ocean. They average about five feet long. Another small species of seal is the Caspian seal.
Ringed seals are the smallest species of pinnipeds (seals, sea lions, walruses). Fully grown Ringed Seals measure up to 1.5 meters (5 ft) in length and weigh up to 58 kg (150 lbs). They are dwarfed by their much larger family members, Elephant Seals, which can weigh in excess of 2220 kgs! (nearly 5,000 lbs).
The smallest seal is the Ringed Seal, or Pusa Hispida. These seals are characterized by the rings on their coat. They reach approximately 50 kg. The largest seal is the Elephant Seal, or the Mirounga. They can reach up to 2220 kg.
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