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Napoleon

Northern Elephant Seal
Mirounga angustirostris

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This patient is a northern elephant seal, our second most commonly rescued species. We typically see orphaned pups that have stranded during mid-February to late June. Strong storms often wash these young seals off beaches before they have weaned from their mothers or learned how to survive on their own.

This results in many malnourished and underweight pups needing rehabilitative care. Northern elephant seals suffer from disease as well, such as skin disease, pneumonia and parasites like lungworm.

Age at Admit
Yearling
Sex
Male
Location
Linda Mar Beach - Pacifica, San Mateo
Cause of Death
Septicemia, Northern elephant seal skin disease
Admitted
03/25/2019
Status
Deceased
Deceased Date
03/31/2019

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