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Ceanothus

Northern Fur Seal
Callorhinus ursinus

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This patient is a northern fur seal, a species that we typically see stranding toward the end of the year. As a species that lives in the open ocean, these fur seals rarely come to shore except for when they are sick or injured.

Northern fur seals are especially sensitive to changes in their environment, as seen in the record numbers of sick or starving fur seals rescued and cared for at our hospital during years when we have seen El Niño conditions.

Age at Admit
Adult
Sex
Female
Location
Sharp Park Beach - Pacifica, San Mateo
Cause of Death
Euthanasia, Hepatitis, Domoic acid toxicosis
Admitted
03/24/2020
Status
Deceased
Deceased Date
04/01/2020

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