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  • How to identify a sea lion sick with domoic acid toxicity, which causes brain damage

    The Marine Mammal Center has been rescuing and rehabilitating sea lions sick with domoic acid toxicity, which can cause brain damage. If you see a sea lion showing symptoms such as disorientation or head-bobbing, don't approach it. Call the Distressed Marine Mammal hotline at 415-289-7325.

How to identify a sea lion sick with domoic acid toxicity, which causes brain damage

The Marine Mammal Center has been rescuing and rehabilitating sea lions sick with domoic acid toxicity, which can cause brain damage. If you see a sea lion showing symptoms such as disorientation or head-bobbing, don't approach it. Call the Distressed Marine Mammal hotline at 415-289-7325.
Marine Mammal Center