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ABC7: Inside Bay Area's Marine Mammal Center

'The state of the ocean is in peril': Inside Bay Area's Marine Mammal Center working to help stranded, starving sea animals

Published by ABC7: September 2, 2019

Up and down the West Coast, pacific gray whales are showing up dead or stranded at an alarming rate. At the same time, sea lions and seals are washing up to Bay Area shores malnourished and with diseases. To understand why this happening and what's being done to help these animals, there's no better place to go than Sausalito's Marine Mammal Center. It's the largest hospital for marine mammals in the world and where many of these animals get treated.

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Cara Field
Emily Whitmer