Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal

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Hawaiian monk seal (Neomonachus schauislandi) is the endangered species of the Phiicidae family that is fund in the temperate islands of the Hawaii. They have a lifespanof between 25-30yeras and their life cycle composed of six stages. They have unique reproduction behaviors as they have the mating periods which is between August and December with the gestation period of 335 days. They parturate to one pup of the average weight of 16kgs, and they take care for six weeks after birth where the mother loses about 200pounds of its weight when teaching them how to swim. They are believed to have descendedthe ortaiidaethat includes the sea lions andthe fur seals and the (walrus) Odobenidae that descends from Phocidae and the Ursidae seals, and the hypothesis is supported by both the molecular and the morphological data.It had structural features such as the short tail and streamlined body that helps the balance and movement in the water bodies.

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Running Head: ENDANGERED HAWAIIAN MONK SEAEndangered Hawaiian Monk SealNameInstitution1ENDANGERED HAWAIIAN MONK SEAL2AbstractHawaiian monk seal (Neomonachus schauislandi) is the endangered species of thePhiicidae family that is fund in the temperate islands of the Hawaii. They have a lifespanofbetween 25-30yeras and their life cycle composed of six stages. They have unique reproductionbehaviors as they have the mating periods which is between August and December with thegestation period of 335 days. They parturate to one pup of the average weight of 16kgs, and theytake care for six weeks after birth where the mother loses about 200pounds of its weight whenteaching them how to swim. They are believed to have descendedthe ortaiidaethat includes thesea lions andthe fur seals and the (walrus) Odobenidae that descends from Phocidae and theUrsidae seals, and the hypothesis is supported by both the molecular and the morphologicaldata.It had structural features such as the short tail and streamlined body that helps the balanceand movement in the water bodies.IntroductionFormerly (Monachus schauinslandi) Hawaiian monk seal ( Neomonachus schauinslandi)is one of the endangered earless species that belongs to the family Phocidae.The species is of theseal is endemic to the islands of Hawaii and is one of the other two remaining monk seals theCaribbean monk seal and the Mediterranean monk seal. The monk seal, therefore, is named dueto the nature of its skin fo
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