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Who Would Shoot a Sea Lion?
Meet Armstrong, a survivor of gun violence and just one of three gunshot victims we've rescued in recent weeks.
Seals & Slippers
Bring the family and stay overnight at The Marine Mammal Center! It's a unique opportunity to learn about marine science and camp out under the stars (to the tune of barking sea lions).
Creatures of the Deep!
Marine Science Sunday has an extra spooky topic for October! Learn what lurks in the depths of the ocean, and don't be afraid of the Vampire Squid and the Goblin Shark.
Snouty Makes an Appearance
Former patient Snouty, a sea lion that was entangled in ocean trash, was recently spotted at Moss Landing. He was released at Rodeo Beach in July and now is back where he belongs, with all the other wild sea lions in the ocean.
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Who Would Shoot a Sea Lion?
Meet Armstrong, a survivor of gun violence and just one of three gunshot victims we've rescued in recent weeks.
Seals & Slippers
Bring the family and stay overnight at The Marine Mammal Center! It's a unique opportunity to learn about marine science and camp out under the stars (to the tune of barking sea lions).
Creatures of the Deep!
Marine Science Sunday has an extra spooky topic for October! Learn what lurks in the depths of the ocean, and don't be afraid of the Vampire Squid and the Goblin Shark.
Snouty Makes an Appearance
Former patient Snouty, a sea lion that was entangled in ocean trash, was recently spotted at Moss Landing. He was released at Rodeo Beach in July and now is back where he belongs, with all the other wild sea lions in the ocean.
<![CDATA[./assets/flash/images/slide89.jpg]]> <![CDATA[Gray Whales in the Klamath River!]]> <![CDATA[The Marine Mammal Center joins a multi-agency effort to help a mother Gray whale and her calf return to the ocean.]]> <![CDATA[Read!]]> <![CDATA[http://www.marinemammalcenter.org/about-us/News-Room/Latest-News/#whales]]> <![CDATA[./assets/flash/images/slide90.jpg]]> <![CDATA[Meet Our 10,000th Sea Lion Patient!]]> <![CDATA[This little guy is now under our care but doesn't have a name. We're reserving that for you to decide! Read his story and find out how you can give him a name!> <![CDATA[More!]]> <![CDATA[http://www.marinemammalcenter.org/about-us/News-Room/Latest-News/#10000]]> <![CDATA[./assets/flash/images/slide86.jpg]]> <![CDATA[Step Inside a Jellyfish!]]> <![CDATA[See this and 14 other colossal sculptures made from ocean trash at the Washed Ashore: Plastics, Sea Life and Art exhibit at The Marine Mammal Center now through October 15!]]> <![CDATA[Details!]]> <![CDATA[http://www.marinemammalcenter.org/Get-Involved/events/washed-ashore-plastics-sea.html]]>
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