As with any 400 pound wild animal, harp seals are to some degree dangerous. They are carnivores, so they have a good set of teeth designed to rip flesh. Now, if you compared a harp seal to other carnivores of the same size they may rank higher or lower on the dangerous scale due to level of aggression. A lion weighs around 400 pounds as well and would indeed be much more aggressive than a harp seal.
Most wild animals are. As "Nolapete"says below, clearly there are more dangerous animals to humans, but any wild animal is potentially dangerous
by Herbivore Lion 8 years ago
An omnivore is not a creature that just happens to eat both plants and meat; it is a creature that can thrive on a diet made up entirely of meat or entirely of plants. In order to do this you must be able to produce both vitamin C and the amino acid taurine within your body. Carnivores can produce...
by Susan Britton 7 years ago
Are some squirrels and ducks carnivores?
by ngureco 8 years ago
Which is the World’s Most Dangerous Animal?
by bonetta hartig 9 years ago
that is what organisations such as Care 2 and the Humane Society of the United States are up against in their fight to stop the slaughter of baby seals for the fur trade in Canada- what are your views on this industry
by theirishobserver. 9 years ago
A two-year-old boy has been killed in a horrific attack by five pit bull terriers.Jacob Bisbee managed to open the garage door of his family home yesterday in Concord, California, releasing three of the dogs owned by his step-grandfather Steven Hayashi.Jacob was immediately attacked by the dogs,...
by Beth Perry 2 years ago
Which is more potentially dangerous for your child, a pop tart gun or dodge ball?I read a news article awhile back about an elementary school kid being suspended from school for biting his pop tart into the shape of a pistol. Yet dodge ball -with its infamous tendency to shatter eye glasses and...
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