All Todays Elephant Seal and Polar Bear

A restoration of a polar bear (left) and an elephant seal (right and below).

An Elephant Seal is an extinct large carnivorous mammal that lived in almost every continents during the Holocene. Only their bone fragments and their skulls were discovered, which gave them the name "elephant seal" due to a large nasal hole, which remains a mystery to today's scientists and paleontologists on what was the large nasal hole's purpose. They were likely ambush predators and probably preyed on "Pigs", "Cows", "Humans", and other animals.


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