The Mediterranean Monk Seal is a highly endangered species of seal that only appears in Endless Ocean: Blue World.
"This seal was once found all over the Mediterranean but its numbers have gradually dwindled because of changes in the environment, and now they can only be seen in a few places. A similar species lives off the coast of Hawaii, but it is also at risk of extinction."
A small group of Mediterranean Monk Seals can be found in Ciceros Strait, at coordinates G-4 and G-5 in the water and coordinates G-3 on land in the small area known as White Cove. However, during the nighttime, they can only be found on land.
These seals swim around slowly, patrolling in and around White Cove for a short distance. the ones on land lounge about, seeming curious about the player when approached. They love being petted, and they love being fed when on land.
- This species is believed to be the rarest species of seal. There are believed to be less than 700 individuals in the wild in real life.
- The second species of Monk Seal mentioned in this creature's in game description is the Hawaiian Monk Seal. It does not appear in-game.
- One of the biggest reasons that this seal is endangered is because fishermen often targeted it, either for commercial reasons or because they saw it as a pest that tried to steal their catch.