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      Sick Sea Lions Flood Shelters in California -- Evidence suggests a problem with one of the animal's major food sources, sardines, biologists say. The majority of the distressed animals have been pups, which biologists say likely were abandoned by their mothers for lack of food.

    • MarineBio Conservation Society

      Sick Sea Lions Flood Shelters in California Pups Wash Ashore All Along the Coast Amid What Scientists Say Are Strains on the Ocean http://online.wsj.com/articles/sick-sea-lions-flood-shelters-in-california-1402093448 / How to help: Visit/volunteer/give to the Marine Mammal Center: http://www.marinemammalcenter.org/

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      Ocean Toxicity - Sick Sea Lions Flood Shelters in California - Why? - WSJ - Curated by: John McLaughlin, StockCoach - Day Trading Coach - http://www.DayTradersWin.com – http://www.DayTradersCoach.com #oceantoxicity #daytradingstocks #daytradingcoach

    • Ramona Powell

      More and more ailing sea lions are showing up along California shores. Marine mammal centers say this is well above normal. What’s making these sea lions so sick? Some infested with parasites extremely emaciated

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