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Did grey seals mutilate two harbour porpoises? - Bring on the bad puns. By +Ed Yong

Here’s the face of a grey seal. Aw. Doesn’t it look adorable? Remember, however, that seals evolved from bear-like ancestors and are part of the (mostly) flesh-eating group of mammals called carnivorans. If you look inside its mouth, you’ll find strong canine teeth. And Jan Haelters from the royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences thinks that those teeth did this to a harbour porpoise
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+Scott Hatch perhaps, but there are many reasons for an aggressive attack besides feeding...
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