Still another species, the sea-lion (Otaria jubata), furnishes the natives of Tierra del Fuego with an acceptable article of food, but like the Phoca lupina it is becoming scarce.
Delphinopterus leucus, the sea-lion (Otaria Stelleri), and walrus abound off the coasts.
There, too, the Steller's sea-lion (Eumetopias stelleri) spends the mating season.
Day 4: Visiting the home of the rare Hooker sea lion and yellow-eyed penguin is today's goal.
This particular sample she is working on in the Fisheries Department in Stanley came from a rockhopper penguin on Sea Lion Island.
Salmon carry abscesses and tumors, the herring never returned, and the sea lion rookery at Montague Island remains silent and empty.
This was the first race that Supermarine, and therefore Mitchell, were to compete in with a Sea Lion racing seaplane.
The sea lion and sea unicorn are a maritime version of the Royal Crest and Supporters.
The american college sea lion colony other great tools denied through traditional.
I enjoyed a wonderful sea lion show in the aquarium.
The unusual behavior was spotted by keeper Mark Tye while feeding the parents on the park 's sea lion beach.
For example, the Saint Louis Zoo has a "Safari Pass" that gives you admission to the Children's Zoo, Zooline Railroad, Sea Lion Show (while in season), Conservation Carousel, and Motion Simulator for one low price.
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