Recent Examples of sea lion from the Web
Recent unusual ocean heat has been linked to deaths of sea lions, whales, seabirds and crabs.
There will be a Galapagos exhibit featuring sea lions, sharks, giant tortoises and other species.
Even without an embedded swimming pool, the Loba House intrigues, offering direct access to the waters, and facing a sea lion reserve.
The largest sea lions are twice as big as the largest bears, for example, and manatees outweigh their cat-size hyrax cousins by nearly 500 kilograms.
Worried biologists report more than a dozen sea lions - nine California and five sturgeon-loving Steller's - hauled out below the falls last weekend, the highest number ever seen this early, especially the Steller's.
Tepper donated $250,000 toward a new sea lion exhibit at New Jersey’s Turtle Back Zoo in 2012.
There will also be special encounters lined up with some of the zoo's biggest hits like elephants, jaguars, and sea lions.
This abundance of food draws in sea lions, harbor seals and, more rarely, elephant seals, which breed at Año Nuevo to the south.
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Definition of sea lion for English Language Learners
: a large seal that lives near coasts in the Pacific Ocean
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