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March 7, 2015 4:00 PM

Sick, starving sea lion pups wash up in record numbers on California coast

Warm water has limited the food sources for sea lions, altered their behavior and endangered them. Almost 1,500 pups have washed up along the California coastline in January and February. Seven marine rescue facilities are stepping in to care for the suffering animals.

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