Zalophus californianus


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Synonyms for Zalophus californianus

often trained as a show animal

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Food habits of California sea lions Zalophus californianus at San Clemente Island, California, 1981-86.
Ademas, tres especies de pinnipedos habitan en las costas: el lobo marino de California (Zalophus californianus californianus), el elefante marino del norte (Mirounga angustirostris), y la foca comun (Phoca vitulina richardsii).
sierra are the roosterfish Nematistius pectoralis, sailfish Istiophorus platypterus, sea lion Zalophus californianus; all predators located on a similar trophic level (Fischer et al.
California sea lions (CSLs; Zalophus californianus) are subject to multiple classes of environmental stressors, including exposure to persistent environmental contaminant burdens, infection by several pathogens, and episodic poisoning by toxins from harmful algal blooms (DeLong et al.
Domoic acid toxicity in Californian sea lions (Zalophus californianus): clinical signs, treatment and survival.
El lobo marino Zalophus californianus californianus es el pinnipedo de mas amplia distribucion y mayor abundancia en Mexico.
Experimental results demonstrated that entanglement rates of short-beaked common dolphins, Delphinus delphis, and California sea lions, Zalophus californianus, were significantly reduced in pingered nets (Barlow and Cameron, 2003).
The 4-foot Zalophus californianus pup was raised in captivity and had come to rely on humans for its food.
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.
Most of these sea lions are Californias (Zalophus californianus), part of a population of 3,000 or so that winters in B.C.
Su dieta puede componerse de huevos y neonatos de tortugas galapagos (Geochelone sp.), petreles (Pterodroma phaeopygia) e iguanas de tierra (Conolophus subcristatus) (Baber y Coblentz 1987), salamandras (Hydromantes sp.) (Scott y Pelton 1975), sapos (Asahi 1975), carrona (Barrett 1971) y lobos de mar (Zalophus californianus) (Challies 1975).