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California Sea Lion
Zalophus californianus

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This patient is a California sea lion, our most commonly rescued species, with animals of all ages stranding throughout the year with a variety of ailments. 

Pups are born in June but stay with their moms for 10 months, so we typically see an influx of young animals in the spring. Other common reasons for stranding include domoic acid toxicosis, cancer, entanglement, malnutrition and leptospirosis

Age at Admit
Subadult
Sex
Female
Location
New Brighton State Beach (Tannery Gulch) - Capitola, Santa Cruz
Cause of Death
Trauma, Unknown, Euthanasia
Admitted
07/30/2020
Status
Deceased
Deceased Date
07/30/2020

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