Seal meat is the flesh, including the blubber and organs, of seals used as food for humans or other animals. It is prepared in numerous ways, often being hung and dried before consumption. Historically, it has been eaten in many parts of the world, both as a part of a normal diet, and as sustenance. (Wikipedia)
Seal meat is considered a Canadian “Superfood” and is one of the most nutritious meats on the planet!
Promotes red blood cell formation
Boosts immune system
Repairs body tissues
Improves muscle function (https://canadiansealproducts.com/products/seal-meat)
With a taste that is equal parts gamey and fishy, with a texture comparable with veal and duck, seal is a very dark meat which is surprisingly low in fat and rich in iron and Omega-3. (https://www.thecoast.ca/halifax/why-dont-we-eat-seals/Content?oid=3482108)