Elephant seals are very large, oceangoing earless seals in the genus Mirounga.

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Every Elephant Has Its Own Name, Study Suggests

Humans are the elephant in the room where conservation is debated

Humans are the elephant in the room where conservation is debated - EurekAlert

To Knock an Elephant Off Balance, Bring Out a Giant Blindfold

What Hot Elephant Testicles Can Tell Us About Fighting Cancer

Mystery of elephant testicles could hold key to fountain of youth

“Once-in-a-Lifetime Find” – Scientists Discover 5.5 Million-Year-Old Elephant Graveyard in Florida

Asia’s Elephant Crisis: A Staggering 64% Habitat Loss in Three Centuries

Male elephant seals with large harems die younger

Elephant ecosystems in decline

The Alarming Decline of Elephant Ecosystems in Asia

Spiraling Into Sleep: How Elephant Seals Catch Quick Z’s During Daring Deep Dives

This elephant peels bananas, but only slightly ripe ones

Northern elephant seals sleep in the deep to avoid predators

Elephant seals sleep for just two hours a day, deep dive research reveals

Elephant seals take power naps in the ocean while slowly sinking

Elephant seals drift off to sleep while diving far below the ocean surface

Northern elephant seals sleep just two hours a day at sea

Scientists Describe Unique Banana-Peeling Behavior of Captive Asian Elephant

This elephant's self-taught banana peeling offers glimpse of elephants' broader abilities