Thousands of sea lions have stranded themselves along California's beaches. Theater of the Sea has sent its marine mammals trainers to the state to help overwhelmed scientists and volunteers rehabilitate the animals.
Thousands of sea lions have stranded themselves along California's beaches. Theater of the Sea has sent its marine mammals trainers to the state to help overwhelmed scientists and volunteers rehabilitate the animals. Courtesy of Amy Wise
Thousands of sea lions have stranded themselves along California's beaches. Theater of the Sea has sent its marine mammals trainers to the state to help overwhelmed scientists and volunteers rehabilitate the animals. Courtesy of Amy Wise

Keys mammal trainers try to help save California sea lions

April 10, 2015 9:54 PM

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