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SeaWorld Continues to Rescue and Rehabilitate Hundreds of Sea Lions

March 2, 2016
Just two and a half months into this year and SeaWorld San Diego has rescued 475 marine mammals, and counting, breaking the park’s long-standing record made in 1983!

UPDATE: 3/13/2015 at 9pm ET

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: We're building more facilities for stranded . More pools = more saved. Will be ready today.

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UPDATE: 3/10/2015 at 11:45am ET
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It takes a lot of fish to feed all these hungry rescued sea lion pups but our team is ready to go!

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Original Post: 3/8/2015 There is a crisis occurring on the west coast of the United States. Hundreds of sea lion pups have been found malnourished, dehydrated and otherwise ill all along the coast. Since January 1, 2015, SeaWorld has helped rescue over 400 stranded sea lions and our Animal Rescue Team continues to work to give these animals a second chance at life.
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: 400+ sea lions rescued by SeaWorld CA in 2015; all-hands-on-deck, suspends show for manpower.

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To help as many as possible, SeaWorld rel="noopener noreferrer" San Diego suspended their sea lion show so those trainers can join rescuers in the field. Conservationist Jack Hanna visited the park on Saturday and saw our sea lion rescue efforts firsthand:
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