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Three seal species live on the Arctic pack ice: harp seals, bearded seals, and ringed seals. They spend most of their time in the water and can swim under the ice for more than ten minutes. They go back to the surface thanks to holes they dig themselves. Baptized ougloo by the Inuits, these access shafts allow them access to their lair installed in the snow.
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