The Vancouver Aquarium's veterinarian, Dr. Martin Haulena, aims his gun at a California sea lion. But instead of bullets, it's loaded with tranquilizer darts. Dr. Haulena, along with the Aquarium's veterinary team and marine mammal consulting biologist Wendy Szaniszlo, spent a day on the west coast of Vancouver Island (Barkley-Clayoquot region) in October 2013, looking for entangled sea lions. On this day, they saw nine entangled sea lions. They were able to disentangle two California sea lions after safely sedating them and cutting the plastic fish-packing straps they had around their necks. This mission was done in partnership with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Parks Canada, Brian Gisborne of Juan de Fuca Express and the Canadian Wildlife Federation. In 2011, the Aquarium rescued "Flash," a California sea lion that had ingested four feet of fishing equipment. After his rehabilitation at the Aquarium's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre, Flash was successfully released back to his home waters. The Rescue Centre is currently caring for a rescued sea otter suffering from gunshot wounds. Learn more about the Rescue Centre: vanaqua.org/mmr
Views: 164389 Vancouver Aquarium
The Marine Mammal Center's Special Rescue Operations team uses an innovative acoustic darting method to sedate and track a sea lion named Candy Corn that is entangled in fishing line. Once rescued, veterinary experts at the Center remove the fishing line around Candy Corn's neck and release him back to the wild. Film by Pang Komchai Thanapanich Music by BENSOUND http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
Views: 75939 The Marine Mammal Center (California)
June 27th, 2015 - We found this little guy (what we think is a Sea Lion Pup) floating with a large mat of commercial fishing net around its neck. It would try to swim and then had to roll to its back to breath. It wasn't very happy when we first got to it, but after getting it free, it was happy to hang around on the bow of the boat for a bit. After forcing it back into the water, it did a couple barrel rolls, stopped for a look back at us and swam away. It was happy and so were we.
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The packing straps, nets, ropes and wires that humans do not properly dispose of continue to injure and kill marine mammals living along the BC coast. This video documents some of the dramatic work done through the Marine Mammal Rescue Centre. “We’d like to rescue all of them, but each disentanglement takes an extraordinary amount of time, personnel, boats, gear and drugs. It’s not just costly; there is simply no way we can get to all of them,” said Dr. Martin Haulena, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre head veterinarian. “The much better scenario would be for people to be more careful with their trash.” Dr. Haulena is the only professionally trained veterinarian in Canada able to disentangle sea lions from marine debris. Over the past two decades, he’s helped develop a precise drug combination to temporarily sedate a sea lion so it may be carefully handled. The procedure to remove the entangled gear often takes place in the water, from a boat, with a floating animal. Success depends upon ideal weather and ocean conditions, requires specialized equipment, a team of expert staff, and boat support from Fisheries and Oceans Canada. The cost for just the Vancouver Aquarium team and gear is about $2,000 per rescue. The team has now saved more than a dozen sea lions from entanglement. “We’ll continue to mount rescue efforts when we can,” said Dr. Haulena. “That’s not the best answer though. Residents of B.C., especially those living and working along the coast, need to be more mindful of their trash. ‘Lose the loop’ when you’re throwing away packing straps, ropes, wire, and plastic.” The Vancouver Aquarium's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre (MMRC) is presented by Port Metro Vancouver. The rescues occur with the support and approval of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Numerous disentanglements have been undertaken in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve with the support of Parks Canada. People can also help by picking up litter and debris from shorelines, to prevent it from getting in the aquatic ecosystem in the first place. The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is the country’s largest direct action conservation initiative, organized by the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre and WWF-Canada, and presented by Loblaw Companies Limited. Participants can register to clean a shoreline in their community at any time of the year. Find out more at shorelinecleanup.ca.
Views: 21631 Vancouver Aquarium
SeaWorld San Diego's Rescue Team was called to free a sea lion pup from a fishing net around its neck! This was the second day the lady with the camera called the SeaWorld Team - the first time the sea lions were disturbed by tourists and went back into the ocean, making a rescue impossible. Another day with the net around the neck probably would've killed the little fellow, so they came just in time! I almost cried when they cut off the fishing net so the pup could wobble back to its momma!
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On April 15, 2014, a team consisting of veterinary staff from the Vancouver Aquarium and representatives from Fisheries and Oceans Canada disentangled a California sea lion that had netting stuck around its neck. This occurred in Fanny Bay, outside of Nanaimo on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Dr. Martin Haulena, the veterinarian from the Vancouver Aquarium, sedated the animal with a tranquilizer dart before cutting it free from the netting, which had caused a deep wound. The sea lion was then tagged to monitor its recovery and health in the future. This was the fourth sea lion disentanglement trip for this group. In 2011, the Aquarium rescued "Flash," a California sea lion that had ingested fishing equipment. After his rehabilitation at the Aquarium's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre, Flash was successfully released back to his home waters. Learn more about the Rescue Centre: www.vanaqua.org/mmr
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On March 10, 2014, a sea lion was disentangled with help from Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre and Fisheries and Oceans Canada staff. Acting on reports of a sea lion with garbage around its neck, the team ventured into Fanny Bay, north of Nanaimo on the west coast of Vancouver Island. They came across a Steller sea lion that had a large scar from when it was previously entangled, but they did not find the sea lion in question. The team eventually came across another sea lion at the other end of the bay, this time a young male California sea lion, that had garbage stuck around its neck. The Aquarium's veterinarian, Dr. Martin Haulena, tranquilized it before cutting the plastic strap off and treating the wound. The Vancouver Aquarium runs the Marine Mammal Rescue Centre where it treats "inpatients." It also works cooperatively with other organizations to rescue and treat animals in the ocean. Many thanks to Canadian Wildlife Federation for their support on this project. Find out more: http://www.vanaqua.org/mmr Donate: vanaqua.org/donate The Vancouver Aquarium is a self-supporting, non-profit society. It does not receive ongoing funds to provide around-the-clock care for rescued and rehabilitated animals.
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What started out as a routine rescue training exercise ended in a real-life rescue of a sea lion and a first-time adventure for two Marine Mammal Center volunteers! Read the full story at http://www.MarineMammalCenter.org/hc
Views: 71270 The Marine Mammal Center (California)
Sea lions keep to the beaches in Southern California, but one little sea lion pup went rogue, leaving authorities with an adorable reminder of a serious problem. Contessa Brewer has the story.
Views: 456 CBS Evening News
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An Oregon State University team worked quickly with the owners of Sea Lion Caves and federal authorities rescue a Steller sea lion tangled in a trawl net and trapped among coastal rocks. The Marine Mammal Stranding Network rescuers removed the netting and set the 250-pound animal free, preventing its likely death from starvation or trauma. Within minutes, the sub-adult sea lion, likely a female estimated to be about 4 years old, was swimming with dozens of others in the churning water at the entrance to Sea Lion Caves, one of Oregons most popular coastal tourist destinations.
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Join the Vancouver Aquarium's veterinary medical team as they share their stories of rescuing sea lions in the field. The expert presentations will focus on sea lion entanglement issues in B.C., the types of debris that sea lions have on them, frequency of entanglements, the development of an anesthetic protocol for disentangling sea lions, and the issues involved with disentanglement operations.
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Entangled sea lions are dying a slow and painful death. Plastic packing straps and netting cut into their skin and flesh. On this day, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre staff, under the supervision of Vancouver Aquarium veterinarian Dr. Martin Haulena, successfully disentangle a female Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus). They tranquilize, disentangle and tag the animal before administering a reversal to wake her up. Vancouver Aquarium associate researcher Wendy Szaniszlo (in red) monitors Steller sea lions on the west coast of Vancouver Island and knows all too well just how bad the problem is. There are an estimated 400 entangled animals in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve alone. The team sees seven entangled animals. Today, they can help just one. Read more about this mission on our Aquablog: http://bit.ly/1JOJBpi Learn more about the Rescue Centre: vanaqua.org/mmr #VARescue
Views: 15532 Vancouver Aquarium
This male California sea lion (approximately 700 pounds) was impaled with a homemade spear on the left side. This heinous act of violence was done with an M48 Hawk Harpoon knife attached to a metal rod with red tape. It was lodged in the animal’s abdomen. The animal was first reported to CIMWI’s Rescue Hotline on Saturday, May 23rd as being on a dock in the Peninsula Yacht Marina and was back in the water within 30 minutes of the report. CIMWI regularly went to check for the injured sea lion by walking the Marina and also by searching for it from a boat. CIMWI also remained in regular contact with the Channel Islands Harbor Patrol and boaters in the Marina for reports of sightings of the animal. The sea lion had a pattern of going in the water during the day and coming back to rest on a dock in the Marina overnight. CIMWI strategized with National Marine Fisheries Service and SeaWorld to determine a plan for a safe rescue operation. CIMWI also coordinated with the Peninsula Yacht Marina, Channel Islands Harbor Patrol and Coast Guard Station Channel Islands Harbor. A nighttime rescue effort was not an option – it would not have been a safe approach for the organizations involved and the animal or appropriate for the Marina environment. The plan was set for CIMWI, SeaWorld, Harbor Patrol, and the Coast Guard to meet on Tuesday morning to rescue the animal. The Special Rescue Operations Team arrived on-site with skilled and authorized rescuers, a veterinarian, rescue equipment, two inflatable boats, a Boston Whaler, transport gurney, transport cage, medication, and dart gun. Harbor Patrol and Coast Guard were also on the ready to jump in and lend support to the rescue operation as needed. The animal was on a dock throughout the night and while rescue personnel started arriving on-site early in the morning. However, a boat startled the sea lion and it went back into the water at 6:15am. Our Team’s base operations was at the Channel Islands Harbor and we were on-site all day along with a plethora of news agencies but the sea lion was nowhere to be found even with boats searching the area continuously throughout the day. Daylight is a big factor in any rescue effort and we had decided to call the operation for the day about an hour before sunset. At approximately 5:30pm, when we were discussing our plan for the following day, we got a report from one of our team members that the sea lion was back in the water near the dock where it had been hauling out. The Special Rescue Operations Team quickly and thoroughly reviewed the plan based on the current situation and limited daylight and mobilized. Four boats were utilized in the rescue operation. Keith Yip (SeaWorld’ Curator of Mammals) was lead on the water rescue efforts and was in the primary rescue boat. Harbor Patrol provided safety support. Rescue personnel were also on the Coast Guard’s vessel and in a CIMWI deployed boat. CIMWI’s Chief Veterinarian, Dr. Sam Dover, used a dart gun to administer remote sedation to anesthetize this very large active sea lion so it could be safely rescued and the spear could be removed. Once the animal was sedated enough to safely use nets to secure it, the sea lion was transported in the water to the launch ramp. Coast Guard Station Channel Islands Harbor was invaluable in the rescue operations and handling of this large sea lion along with the members of SeaWorld and CIMWI Team. Dr. Dover removed the harpoon knife successfully and did a physical assessment of the wound. The animal was then loaded into the transport cage and the sedation was reversed. The sea lion was transported to SeaWorld last night for complete wound treatment and rehabilitation. The animal’s prognosis is optimistic with the goal of returning this sea lion back to the wild. A huge thank you to everyone involved with this major rescue effort! The injury sustained by this harpoon knife could have caused this marine mammal to die. You played a part in giving this sea lion a renewed chance of a healthy life in the ocean. This animal suffered a horrible violent crime which was a violation of the Marine Mammal Protection Act and therefore illegal. If you have any information that would be helpful to the investigation of this awful crime, please call the NOAA Enforcement Hotline at 1-800-853-1964. We need protect those who don’t have a voice and help ensure that these species survive to be enjoyed by future generations.
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This is the heartbreaking moment an injured sea lion nicknamed Amber swims straight up to boat off the Californian coast in seek of urgent help. The sea lion, which had apparently been attacked by something in the water and was starving, was filmed swimming up to and jumping onto a boat near Laguna Beach in Orange County. “Amber swam directly for our boat and came aboard without hesitation. “If she bites, there is a chance of bacteria (or) disease but she was as friendly as a stray dog. She was desperate,” says filmer Hugo Zusho. Zusho and his friends on the boat took Amber straight to the Pacific Marine Mammal Centre in Laguna Beach to get her the help she needed. The footage has recently emerged online. ++ Clients please note the music is ROYALTY FREE by www.bensound.com ++ Toastie celebrates the strength & beauty of human relationships and interaction - with children and family pets, partners, parents, brothers, sisters, and with complete strangers. In these precious and unique moments we explore, inspires & liberate our universal emotions of love, respect, caring, kindness and laughter.
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SeaWorld rescue teams must figure out why baby sea lions keep showing up on beaches sick and emaciated. Subscribe to "Sea Rescue" Channel: bit.ly/SR_YouTube Like "Sea Rescue" on Facebook HERE: bit.ly/SeaRescue_FB Follow "Sea Rescue" on Twitter HERE: bit.ly/SRTweets Follow "Sea Rescue" on Instagram HERE: bit.ly/SeaRescueInsta Visit "Sea Rescue" website: bit.ly/LWASeaRescue Watch Full Episodes now on Hulu: bit.ly/SRTV_Hulu
Views: 400 Sea Rescue
A hungry sea lion pup was found stranded along a stairwell in San Francisco's Ocean Beach Neighborhood. Two police officers from the San Francisco Police Department found the scared little sea lion and it cuddled with the officers for warmth. After comforting the sea lion for a few hours, the officers notified the Marine Mammal Center to bring the pup to the facility for treatment.
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We found this four day old pup on a beach near Homer, Alaska. He had been in the same area for a few days, he was very skinny, overheated and dehydrated. After sending a picture to the Alaska Sealife Center, we were told he was abandoned and should be rescued. Please do not attempt to rescue any marine mammal without first consulting your local rescue hotline.
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Please support the Channel Islands Marine and Wildlife Institute http://cimwi.org The Channel Islands Marine and Wildlife Institute (CIMWI) conducted a rescue of a Male Sea Lion in the Ventura Harbor on Monday, March 2, 2015. with the aid of the Ventura Harbor Patrol. Staff at the Ventura Isle Marina (VIM) noticed the animal in distress about 2 weeks ago and began contacting Harbor Patrol and CIMWI. Over the weekend, the animal took up residence next our sailboat, and my wife and I began calling about the animal as well. On Sunday, a representative from CIMWI arrived to evaluate the animal's situation and relayed the information to marine veterinarian with CIMWI. CIMWI coordinated and conducted the rescue on Monday afternoon. The rescue effort began at VIM where the rescue volunteers and the Harbor Patrol gathered to make final preparations for the coordinated rescue. The CIMWI Marine Veterinarian then launched the rescue from our boat by sedating the animal and after waiting for sedative to take effect, the CIMWI team moved in to complete the rescue. The sea lion was brought aboard the Harbor Patrol vessel where the CIMWI team worked to remove the fishing lines that were cutting into the animal. The CIMWI veterinarian then gave a sedation reversal injection to the animal to revive him. The Harbor Patrol boat then was pushed off the dock and drifted into the harbor where the sea lion was released. The real story here is the amount of coordination of highly trained professional and volunteers that is required to conduct a rescue of a Marine Mammal. In this one rescue effort we were able to observe only a fraction of the total effort that was made by members of the boating community, marina staff, harbor patrol, the CIMWI rescue organization, Marine Veterinarians and the many highly trained volunteers that were essential in safely conducting this rescue. As an observer, I was most impressed with professional mannor that CIMWI staff and volunteers conducted this entire rescue effort. What may seem like a simple task of removing fishing line from around the neck of an approximately 450 pound male sea lion, is anything but simple. In fact it's extremely dangerous. Being able to watch the CIMWI team in action was both inspiring and a true privilege. A big thanks needs to go out to the Channel Islands Marine and Wildlife Institute for their continued efforts to render care to marine mammals along the California Coast.
Views: 3084 Chris Mattia
After more than two months of monitoring a sea lion with fishing line wrapped around its head and a serious eye injury, SeaWorld San Diego was finally able to rescue him from a dock at a local marina. Over several weeks, multiple attempts to rescue the male sea lion came up empty as he would dive back into the waters of the marina. It was ultimately determined that the only way to give him a second chance at life was to sedate him with a tranquilizer dart. On Dec. 8, Dr. Todd Schmitt, SeaWorld’s senior veterinarian, sedated the sea lion allow the Rescue Team to safely bring him back to the park’s animal care facility. During the surgical procedure to remove the fishing line that was embedded in his skin, it was determined through X-rays that he had been shot through the eye with the bullet lodged in his jaw and throat area. Dr. Schmitt was able to successfully remove the fishing line, bullet, as well as the damaged eye. The sea lion is now recovering and it is anticipated that he will be returned to the ocean in early 2016. Learn more here: http://spr.ly/60038MW9X ► For SeaWorld tickets, special offers, passes, and package options: http://spr.ly/600883viu ► Subscribe to our channel for updates: http://spr.ly/600183viJ About SeaWorld San Diego: Located in San Diego’s scenic Mission Bay, SeaWorld is a world-class marine life adventure park. With awe-inspiring shows, thrilling rides and unforgettable face-to-face animal encounters, kids of all ages will enjoy exploring the wonders and adventures of the sea. Here you can watch exclusive videos highlighting our exciting rollercoasters, amazing shows, inspiring shows and unique festivals and events held throughout the year. SeaWorld is one of the leading marine animal rescue organizations in the world, having rescued more than 29,000 animals in 50+ years. A common bond between the parks is their commitment and dedication to marine conservation and guest education. ► Stay Connected With SeaWorld San Diego: Visit SeaWorld San Diego’s WEBSITE: http://spr.ly/600683vik Like SeaWorld San Diego on FACEBOOK: http://spr.ly/600583v9t Follow SeaWorld San Diego’s INSTAGRAM: http://spr.ly/600983v9x Follow SeaWorld on TWITTER: http://spr.ly/600783vi1
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Youth volunteer Sam Noble produced this documentary about Silent Knight, a California Sea Lion that was blinded by gunshot. The animal was rescued by The Marine Mammal Center, nursed back to health, and placed in a new home at the San Francisco Zoo.
Views: 6087 The Marine Mammal Center (California)
The people in the pictures may have had good intentions, but they are violating the Marine Mammal Protection Act. ◂ San Diego's News Source - 10News, KGTV, delivers the latest breaking news, weather forecasts, video on demand and live video streaming straight to you, keeping you in touch anywhere, any time. It's the best way to keep informed and connected to your community wherever and whenever you want backed by the resources of 10News - San Diego, California. For more download the 10News mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-kgtv Android: http://bit.ly/kgtv-android
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Caution: this video may be upsetting to some viewers. Watch as a team from The Vancouver Aquarium's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre save a female Steller sea lion entangled in plastic rope off Vancouver Island. The Steller sea lion is a species of special concern in Canada, and certain populations are endangered in parts of Alaska. Throughout the years, human activities have been one of the greatest threats to Steller sea lions. In addition to pollution, oil spills and environmental contaminants, these large sea mammals are prone to becoming tangled in debris and may be injured or killed by the waste entering their habitats. Together, these threats can all add up to a population in decline. By signing the #BePlasticWise pledge you can make small, impactful changes to reduce single-use plastic and help protect marine life: http://ow.ly/A7hv30j59BZ
Views: 1496 Vancouver Aquarium
A sea lion pup that had been wandering the streets of San Francisco was rescued by marine specialists this Thursday. Nicknamed 'Rubbish', the young male sea lion was originally released back into the wild earlier this year, but was later found hiding under a car. Despite being a little scared, rescuers managed to capture the sea lion and get it to safety. Vets at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California are currently treating Rubbish for pneumonia and malnutrition. Officials from the center said that the sea lion is just one of thousands of pups that became stranded near the California coast this year after warmer ocean waters affected their food resources. ------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Correspondent Tracy Smith introduces us to scientists at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach, California, who save injured and emaciated sea lion pups before releasing them back into the wild. She also meets schoolchildren at a special summer camp who learn valuable lessons in the process.
Views: 5592 CBS Sunday Morning
The lifeguards say they have seen a large number of distressed sea lions on beaches in the South Bay. ◂ San Diego's News Source - 10News, KGTV, delivers the latest breaking news, weather forecasts, video on demand and live video streaming straight to you, keeping you in touch anywhere, any time. It's the best way to keep informed and connected to your community wherever and whenever you want backed by the resources of 10News - San Diego, California. For more download the 10News mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-kgtv Android: http://bit.ly/kgtv-android
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This young California sea lion has a new lease on life today thanks to rescuers from The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, CA who rescued him over the weekend. Read Olympus' story and learn how you can help him and other pinniped patients at this unique facility. http://www.marinemammalcenter.org/news
Views: 8045 The Marine Mammal Center (California)
Rescue in action--California Wildlife Center rescues a starving baby sea lion in Malibu who has been separated from his mom and a message to the public on how they can help during this crisis where nearly 20 per day are washing up on our southern CA shores. MamaBear CEO, Suzanne Horton, has been helping to get some exposure for the Center as they are in dire need of funds right now to open another facility to manage this epidemic; please send any donations here: http://www.cawildlife.org/
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Longshoreman Carlos Gutierrez, who took this video, helped an ailing sea lion wandering around Navy Way on Terminal Island at the busy Port of Los Angeles on Monday, July 23, 2018. At first, the sea lion looked very lethargic. After pouring water on him, he seemed to perk up a bit. The sea lion is now at San Pedro’s Marine Mammal Care Center. He has been diagnosed with a respiratory ailment, possibly pneumonia, and malnourishment but should recover and could be released at White Point/Royal Palms Beach in about three weeks.
Views: 1793 Geraldine Berrios
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*B-roll footage* An Oregon State University team worked quickly with the owners of Sea Lion Caves and federal authorities late Thursday to rescue a Steller sea lion tangled in a trawl net and trapped among coastal rocks. The Marine Mammal Stranding Network rescuers removed the netting and set the 250-pound animal free, preventing its likely death from starvation or trauma. Within minutes, the sub-adult sea lion, likely a female estimated to be about 4 years old, was swimming with dozens of others in the churning water at the entrance to Sea Lion Caves, one of Oregons most popular coastal tourist destinations.
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