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2008-07-19 12:00:28

By Shelby Martin, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Jul. 19--San Tomas, the sea lion who was rescued from a Santa Clara aqueduct, has taken a turn for the worse and will be euthanized. "Her health is just deteriorating," Jim Oswald, spokesman for the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito said Friday. The center had thought San Tomas was doing well enough to be released into the ocean today. But following an examination by a specialist, Oswald said the sea lion will probably be euthanized in...

2008-07-19 00:00:22

By Shelby Martin, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Jul. 18--San Tomas, the sea lion who was rescued from a Santa Clara aqueduct, has taken a turn for the worse and will be euthanized. "Her health is just deteriorating," Jim Oswald, spokesman for the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito said this afternoon. The center had thought San Tomas was doing well enough to be released into the ocean Saturday. But following an examination by a specialist, Oswald said the sea lion will probably be...

2008-07-09 12:00:24

By Shelby Martin, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Jul. 9--The errant sea lion rescued from a Santa Clara aqueduct Monday is now safe and sound at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito. The sea lion, dubbed "San Tomas" after the expressway near where she was found, spent more than 10 days in a shallow concrete-lined channel near a group of industrial parks on Scott Boulevard. When San Tomas arrived at her new pen, she first exchanged glances with a sea lion in a neighboring tank, and...

2008-07-08 12:00:39

By Shelby Martin, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Jul. 8--A wayward sea lion trapped in a Santa Clara creek was rescued Monday, thanks to a dozen volunteers, some strong fishing nets and a jumbo-size dog kennel. The capture ended the sea lion's 10-day adventure in Silicon Valley, which drew dozens of curious onlookers and featured two previous unsuccessful attempts to corral her. The sea lion was first sighted June 27 in the shallow water of a concrete-lined channel along the San Tomas...

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2006-11-28 15:00:00

By MARCUS WOHLSEN SAN FRANCISCO - Tourists flock to Fisherman's Wharf for the seafood and the stunning views of San Francisco Bay, but for many visitors, the real stars are the dozens of playful, whiskered sea lions that lounge by the water's edge, gulping down fish. Now a series of sea-lion attacks on people in recent months has led experts to warn that the animals are not as cute and cuddly as they appear. "People should understand these animals are out there not to attack people or...


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