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*  Leopard seal
ISBN 978-0-8018-8221-0. Berta, Annalisa (2009). "Pinnipedia: Overview". In Perrin, W. F.; Würsig, B.; Thewissen, J. G. M. ...
*  Bering Sea Arbitration
A carnivorous aquatic mammal of the suborder Pinnipedia". In Gilman, D. C.; Peck, H. T.; Colby, F. M. New International ...
*  Waitoreke
Pinnipeds are marine mammals in the superfamily pinnipedia. Examples are seals, sea lions, and walruses. Pinnipeds are native ...
*  Placentophagy
Many placental mammals participate in placentophagy, including herbivores; exceptions include mainly humans, Pinnipedia, ...
*  Pinniped
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2907.2011.00193.x. Scheffer, Victor B. (1958). Seals, Sea Lions, and Walruses: A Review of the Pinnipedia. ... ISBN 978-0-520-06497-3. Scheffer, V. B. (1958). Seals, Sea Lions, and Walruses: A Review of the Pinnipedia. Stanford University ... doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2005.01281.x. Berta, A. "Pinnipedia, overview", pp. 881-84 in Perrin, Würsig and Thewissen (2009) ... Pinnipeds belong to the order Carnivora and the suborder Caniformia (known as dog-like carnivorans). Pinnipedia was ...
*  Monk seal
Scheffer, Victor B. (1958). Seals, Sea Lions, and Walruses: A Review of the Pinnipedia. Stanford, California: Stanford ... A Review of the Pinnipedia. There are two genera of monk seals, Monachus and Neomonachus, comprising three species: the ...
*  List of carnivorans described in the 2000s
The order also contains animals once classified separately in Pinnipedia. See also parent page Mammals discovered in the 2000s ...
*  Marbled polecat
Lewis, R. E.; J. H. Lewis & S. I. Atalla (1968). "A review of Lebanese mammals: Carnivora, Pinnipedia, Hyracoidea, and ...
*  Crabeater seal
Scheffer, V. B. (1958). Seals, sea lions and walruses: A review of the Pinnipedia. Stanford University Press, Stanford, USA. ... Pinnipedia: Phocidae) based on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA data". Journal of Biogeography. 32: 1267-1279. doi:10.1111/j.1365- ...
*  Sabun River
Ognev, Sergeĭ Ivanovich (1962). Mammals of Eastern Europe and Northern Asia: Carnivora (Fissipedia and Pinnipedia). Israel ...
*  Fauna of Australia
Eleven species of seal-family Pinnipedia-live off the southern coast. Australia and its territories are home to around 800 ...
*  Sea lion
Suborder Pinnipedia Family Otariidae Subfamily Arctocephalinae Genus Arctocephalus (southern fur seal; eight species) Genus ...
*  Carnivora
Most species of Carnivora are, to some degree, omnivorous, except the Felidae and Pinnipedia, which are obligate carnivores. ... The habitual retraction of the claws preserves their points from wear.[citation needed] The superfamily Pinnipedia (walruses, ... and Pinnipedia (which included the true seals, eared seals, and walrus). However, it is now recognized that the Fissipedia is a ... the last three families formerly classified in the superfamily Pinnipedia) and the extinct family Amphicyonidae (bear-dogs) - ...
*  Caniformia
Pinnipedia (seals, sea lions, and walruses clade) is a widely distributed and diverse group of semiaquatic marine mammals which ... The Pinnipedia (seals, walruses and sea lions) are also assigned to this group. The center of diversification for Caniformia is ... "A semi-aquatic Arctic mammalian carnivore from the Miocene epoch and origin of Pinnipedia". Nature. 458 (7241): 1021-24. doi: ... "Evidence from nuclear DNA sequences sheds light on the phylogenetic relationships of Pinnipedia: Single origin with affinity to ...
*  Marine mammal
... one species Suborder Pinnipedia (sealions, walruses, seals) Family Otariidae (eared seals), seven genera and 15 species Family ... "A semi-aquatic Arctic mammalian carnivore from the Miocene epoch and origin of Pinnipedia". Nature. 458 (7241): 1021-24. ...
*  Puijila
"A semi-aquatic Arctic mammalian carnivore from the Miocene epoch and origin of Pinnipedia". Nature. 458 (7241): 1021-24. doi: ...
*  Natalia Rybczynski
"A semi-aquatic Arctic mammalian carnivore from the Miocene epoch and origin of Pinnipedia." Nature 458.7241 (2009): 1021-1024. ...
*  Potamotherium
A semi-aquatic Arctic mammalian carnivore from the Miocene epoch and origin of Pinnipedia. Nature no 458, pp 1021-1024. Full ... "A semi-aquatic Arctic mammalian carnivore from the Miocene epoch and origin of Pinnipedia". Nature. 458 (7241): 1021-1024. doi: ...
*  Southern elephant seal
It is the largest member of the clade Pinnipedia and the order Carnivora, as well as the largest marine mammal that is not a ... Pinnipedia, Phocidae)". Australian Journal of Zoology. 39 (5): 595-619. doi:10.1071/ZO9910595. 2002. Elephant Seal. Columbia ...
*  Hydrodynamic reception
Pinnipedia: Phocidae). The Anatomical Record Part A 288, no. 1 (2006): 13-25. doi:10.1002/ar.a.20273. PMID 16342212. Sarko, D K ...
*  Butrint National Park
2 cetacea and 1 pinnipedia. The forests are inhabited by species such as the beech marten, red fox, wild boar, golden jackal, ...
*  San Diego Formation
Two new species of fossil walruses (Pinnipedia: Odobenidae) from the Upper Pliocene San Diego Formation, California. ...
*  Whiskers
Pinnipedia: Phocidae)". The Anatomical Record Part A: Discoveries in Molecular, Cellular, and Evolutionary Biology. 288 (1): 13 ...
*  2017 in mammal paleontology
Pinnipedia, Phocidae) from the Miocene of the North Atlantic realm: redescription, phylogenetic affinities and ...
*  Mammals of Australia
Ten species of seals and sea-lions (superfamily Pinnipedia) live off the southern Australian coast and in Sub-Antarctic ...