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  • Watch sea lions rescued in SLO County happily waddle back to their ocean home

    Two SLO County sea lions were released back into the ocean near San Francisco on Sunday, August 6, 2017, weeks after they were rescued at the Oceano Dunes. They were sick with domoic acid toxicity, which can cause brain damage and seizures.

Two SLO County sea lions were released back into the ocean near San Francisco on Sunday, August 6, 2017, weeks after they were rescued at the Oceano Dunes. They were sick with domoic acid toxicity, which can cause brain damage and seizures. Marine Mammal Center
Two SLO County sea lions were released back into the ocean near San Francisco on Sunday, August 6, 2017, weeks after they were rescued at the Oceano Dunes. They were sick with domoic acid toxicity, which can cause brain damage and seizures. Marine Mammal Center

Sea lions return to ocean home after being rescued from SLO County beaches

August 11, 2017 09:32 AM