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Guadalupe fur seal Lentil
threatened

Lentil

Guadalupe Fur Seal
Arctocephalus townsendi

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This patient is a Guadalupe fur seal, a species that we have rescued in increasing numbers over recent years. As a species that lives in the open ocean, these fur seals rarely come to shore except for when they are sick or injured. 

Changing ocean conditions, domoic acid toxicosis and entanglement are the main drivers of stranding in this species.



photo © The Marine Mammal Center / NOAA permit #18786

Age at Admit
Juvenile
Weight at Admit
15.50 kgs
Sex
Male
Location
Dog Beach (Olde Port Beach) - Avila Beach, San Luis Obispo
Diagnosis
Malnutrition, Abnormal behavior, Trauma, Human interaction
Admitted
06/20/2020
Status
Released
Release Date
08/06/2020
Release Location
Chimney Rock

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