Someone Called Me Lazy Today, I Almost Replied. — Through Open Lens

F/9.0, 1/125, ISO 100. California Sea Lions Why do seals swim in salt water? Because pepper water makes them sneeze! Interesting Fact: These pinnipeds live along the rocky Pacific Ocean coastlines of western North America. Huge colonies can be seen gathered on seaside rocks, and even on man-made structures, for breeding and for birthing. Males […]

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Sea Lion ‘Miraculously’ Survives After 30-Foot Drop From Bridge Onto PCH in Laguna Beach — KTLA

Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment A sea lion is recovering Christmas Day after landing on the Pacific Coast Highway from a pedestrian bridge in Laguna Beach earlier this week, officials said. The 33-pound sea lion pup crawled along an incline and climbed the stairs leading to the bridge near Aliso…

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Sunshine Is My Favorite Accessory! — Through Open Lens

F/8.0, 1/250, ISO 100. California Sea Lion What did E.T.’s mother say to him when he got home? Where on Earth have you been? Interesting Fact: The sea lion’s ancient ancestors, like those of whales and dolphins, lived on land. The modern animal is well adapted to an aquatic environment, with its streamlined body and […]

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Catching Some Rays And Then Making Some Waves! — Through Open Lens

F/9.0, 1/320, ISO 100. California Sea Lion What do you call a seal in the desert? Lost. Interesting Fact: The California sea lion is a sleek animal, faster than any other sea lion or seal. These eared seals top out at speeds of some 25 miles (40 kilometers) an hour. ( http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/california-sea-lion/ )

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