Tough-to-catch sea lion ready for release

An injured California sea lion rescued at Moss Landing Harbor in late January after evading rescuers for nearly a month is scheduled to be released Friday, a Marine Mammal Center spokesman said today. Full Story
Sukhmandir Kaur

Salinas, CA

#1 Feb 3, 2010
My son used to work as a resuce volunteer at MB Aquarium. One day acouple of months ago at the boat launch in Monetery we noticed a sea lion on the rocks by th warf just a few feet from shore suffering from very deep gashes probably from a boat propeller. It seemed to appeal to us for help, we were just about 5 feet above him. We called the aquarium rescue but they told us it would be to danerous to try and get it from the rocks, so apparently did nothing.
JTi

United States

#2 Feb 3, 2010
It's getting close to time to start thinning the population of sea lions.
tim

Salinas, CA

#3 Feb 4, 2010
Sea lions should have health care, how can we allow any animal to suffer. So said.

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