Sharon Melin

National Marine Fisheries Service

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Wildlife biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service

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Today's  Los Angeles Times  featured a sad, sad photo earlier today of a sea lion pup looking stranded and forlorn on a Southern California beach.

Sick, Stranded Sea Lion Pups

Today's Los Angeles Times featured a sad, sad photo earlier today of a sea lion pup looking stranded and forlorn on a Southern California beach.

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