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California coasts are known for their pristine beaches and awe inspiring marine wildlife. However, what some may not know is that this marine wildlife, specifically marine mammals, is in danger. In the first months of 2016 alone, the West Coast experienced an unprecedented amount of sea lion and seal pup strandings as part of an unusual mortality event (UME).
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Stranded sea lions and dramatic rescue operations have been in the news more than ever in California. Pacific Marine Mammal Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of marine mammals stranded along the Orange County coastline. We talk to Keith Matassa, Executive Director, and go behind the scenes to find out the day-to-day work and research behind the headlines. Find out what you can do to help California's marine mammals in need
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Bar, the pup is now being treated at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach for an eye infection. A 9-year girl said she was inspired to raise the money for.
After a recent attack at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center and the coup and the beach which sickened at sea