This Arctic seal coloring pages resource features an arctic seal, smiling happily, glancing towards the sky, lying on its front. The arctic seal is found to live in the Arctic Ocean and is mainly found in Greenland. These seals are born with a white coat with thick white fur but soon grow up to have silver or gray fur instead. They usually spend their time diving in water that is shallow or medium deep. Their skin, also known as blubber, is known to insulate them and is the main reason for keeping them warm. Seals have large eyes on their small face, with a broad snout, whiskers, and a long body with flippers on their side. Their whiskers also help in sensing their surroundings and even certain sounds. These seals can’t smell while swimming in water. They live in groups and hence can be called social animals. Their lifespan is for thirty years and they live together with other seals of their age.