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Here's a look at what the elephant seals and their pups are up to.
This abundance of food draws in sea lions, harbor seals and, more rarely, elephant seals, which breed at Año Nuevo to the south.
But its accumulation in the blood helps elephant seals make deep dives in the ocean, researchers reported here last week at the biennial meeting of the Marine Mammal Society.
The elephant seal also has much more red blood cells than these other animals.
Jorgensen and others say other marine mammal populations—particularly sea lions and elephant seals—have risen dramatically, and the animals now often occupy new areas.
In the world of elephant seal mating, the alpha decides who gets access to the females, and who gets to be alpha is decided by a bloody fight.
These sights guarantee a good lookout: Point Mugu State Park in Malibu, the elephant seal colony near San Simeon pier, and the magnificent 1932 Bixby Bridge between Big Sur and Carmel.
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