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Four gray whales have recently washed ashore—yes, it’s heartbreaking. You can help researchers find solutions through science for suffering marine mammals when you give today. In fact, your gift will be matched, doubling your impact.

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gray whale on Angel Island shore
sea otter pup patient Langly
threatened

Langly

Southern Sea Otter
Enhydra lutris

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Southern sea otter pup Langly was orphaned when her mother received a fatal bite from a great white shark. Luckily, her mother was able to get Langly safely to shore where our trained responders were able to rescue her.

Sprout, a sea otter pup suffering from domoic acid toxicity, came to our hospital not long after Langly arrived. The two young otters formed a strong bond and spent much of their time swimming and playing together as they regained their health.

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photo © The Marine Mammal Center / USFWS permit MA101713-1

Age at Admit
Pup
Sex
Female
Rescue Location
Oceano Dunes (Pier Avenue) - Oceano, San Luis Obispo
Diagnosis
Maternal separation
Admitted
05/05/2018
Status
Released
Release Date
01/28/2019
Release Location
Monterey Bay

Yes, I want to save a life!

Yes, I want to save a life!

You’ll be giving sick and injured animals the best possible care at the Center’s state-of-the-art hospital. With your gift today, you are giving a patient a second chance at life in the wild.

  • $35 You'll buy food for a hungry animal
  • $45 You'll provide life-saving medical care
  • $65 You'll make second chances possible

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