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Record numbers of sickened sea lion pups in So. California — “Something has changed” — “We are prepping in the back of our heads for the worst ca

 
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Record numbers of sickened sea lion pups in So. California — “Something has changed” — “We are prepping in the back of our heads for the worst case scenario”

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Follow-up to: Diseased Alaska seals tested for radiation have abnormal brain growths, undersized lymph nodes -- Environmental cause indicated -- Also found in Russia, Canada -- Walruses next? (PHOTOS)
SoCal Wild, Feb. 8, 2013:

They have loose, rolling skin and their ribs show through their tiny brown bodies. There is a glaze in their large round eyes. When they flop or lay down on the cement dry areas, it’s not the normal lounging that healthy California sea lions typically do for hours on end. Even their whiskers seem droopy. These pups are sick.

[...] As of Feb. 11, 2013 the [Marine Mammal Care Center in San Pedro] has received more than 100 pups. [...]

David Bard, director of operations [ says ...] “We really aren’t sure why we are seeing so many now. Usually January is a relatively quiet time for us. This has taken us all by surprise.”

[...] “We are prepping in the back of our heads for the ‘worst case scenario’ if this condition still persists,” he says. “We’re taking it day by day.” [...]

Wall Street Journal, Feb. 12, 2013:

[...] Sarah Wilkin, the National Marine Fisheries Service’s marine mammal stranding coordinator [...] says the timing of the strandings is unusual: Sea-lion pups typically get stranded in such numbers in the fall, when they first separate from their mothers and venture out into the ocean to catch food on their own. Sea lions are usually born from May to August, she says.

“Something has changed-but piecing together something like this usually happens after the fact,” Ms. Wilkin said. [...]
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Radioactive laden fish from Fukushima...
THEY ARE STILL POURING BOATLOADS OF RADIOACTIVE H2O INTO THE PACIFIC DAILY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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