California sea lion

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Synonyms for California sea lion

often trained as a show animal

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Since 1975, when the California sea lion population was estimated at 88,924 animals, their numbers have boomed, and it is estimated there are now approximately 257,631 animals, NOAA statistics show.
animals Characteristic Illness resolved Animal died or was euthanized Species California sea lion 6 2 Gray seal 2 1 Northern elephant seal 0 1 Harbor seal 8 3 Male Pup, [less than or equal to]1 y 9 3 Adult 0 1 Female Pup 6 1 Adult 0 2 Time of lesion development At admission to facility 1 3 <5 wk after admission 9 2 [greater than or equal to] 2 0 5 wk after admission Health status Diseased 0 4 Malnourished 8 1 Injured plus 9 1 malnourished or diseased Outcome of infection, no.
(28) NMFS also looked into another MMPA provision that would allow lethal taking of nuisance animals, (29) but such provisions would not take effect until the species reached its optimum sustainable population, (30) a magical number that the California sea lion population had not yet reached at the time.
Summary: A California sea lion that was shot in the face has undergone plastic surgery to fix his damaged muzzle in the US.
In utero domoic acid toxicity: a fetal basis to adult disease in the California sea lion Zalophus californianus).
Zak, a 375-pound California sea lion (Zalophus californianus), is one of an elite cadre of 20 sea lions and 70 dolphins trained by the Navy to sleuth out people and objects underwater.
The news is much more heartening regarding another Pacific species, the California sea lion. Decades of commercial harvesting had left only a few hundred of the creatures surviving along the West Coast in the 1920s.
Onk!" A large chocolate-brown California sea lion barks at his neighbor.
The dramatic moment a California sea lion dragged a little girl into the water at a wharf in British Columbia has gone viral after it was caught on video.
Andrew Tites, director of the University of British Columbia's Marine Mammal Research Unit, criticised those who got close to the animal, which he said is a California sea lion.
For more information go online to /adoptions HANDS UP FOR FUN: Young thrill-seekers on one of the park's rides FLIPPIN'FASCINATIN': An encounter with a California sea lion
Callum, the California sea lion, gets in the spirit of Friday's Red Nose Day, with keepers Amy Sewell and Lara Mingay, at West Midland Safari and Leisure Park.
On April 14, 2010, a rescue team from Pacific Marine Mammal Center impounded an emaciated and unresponsive subadult female California sea lion (Zalophus californicus) stranded on the beach at San Onofre, California, USA.
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