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== Alimentación ==
Primarily [[benthic]], bearded seals feed on a variety of small prey found along the ocean floor, including [[clam]]s, [[squid]], and [[fish]]. Their whiskers serve as feelers<ref>Saundry, Peter. 2010. [http://www.eoearth.org/article/Bearded_seal ''Bearded seal''] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20100704151159/http://www.eoearth.org/article/Bearded_seal |date=July 4, 2010 }}. Encyclopedia of Earth. Topic editor C. Michael Hogan, Ed.in Chief: Cutler Cleveland, NCSE, Washington DC</ref> in the soft bottom sediments. Adults tend not to dive very deep, favoring shallow coastal areas no more than {{convert|300|m|abbr=on}} deep. Pups up to one year old, however, will venture much deeper, diving as deep as {{convert|450|m|abbr=on}}. In a study conducted during the summer months, the seals have been found to feed on invertebrates such as [[anemones]], [[sea cucumbers]], and [[polychaete worms]].<ref name="Finley"/> The same study found that sculpins and [[arctic cod]] made up most of their summer diet. [[Sculpin]] were also found to be the largest fish consumed by the seals. Bearded seals are capable of preying on pelagic and [[demersal]] fish in addition to their benthic prey.<ref>{{Cite journal|last=Finley|first=K. J.|last2=Evans|first2=C. R.|date=1983-01-01|title=Summer Diet of the Bearded Seal ( Erignathus barbatus ) in the Canadian High Arctic|url=https://arctic.journalhosting.ucalgary.ca/arctic/index.php/arctic/article/view/2246|journal=ARCTIC|language=en-US|volume=36|issue=1|pages=82–89|doi=10.14430/arctic2246|issn=1923-1245}}</ref>