Weaners on the beach at Piedras Blancas will lose their black coats and turn silvery gray. They have to teach themselves to swim, then head north to the Oregon or Washington coast. Some make it all the way to Alaska, scientists have found.
Weaners on the beach at Piedras Blancas will lose their black coats and turn silvery gray. They have to teach themselves to swim, then head north to the Oregon or Washington coast. Some make it all the way to Alaska, scientists have found. Special to The Cambrian
Weaners on the beach at Piedras Blancas will lose their black coats and turn silvery gray. They have to teach themselves to swim, then head north to the Oregon or Washington coast. Some make it all the way to Alaska, scientists have found. Special to The Cambrian

With adults gone, Piedras Blancas beach becomes weaners’ world

February 27, 2014 04:09 PM

UPDATED February 27, 2014 04:22 PM