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Question:

I heard Dr. Costa say that the three populations of sea lions (California, Benito (?) and Galapagos) show radically different foraging behavior. Are their body sizes similar? How deep they dive? What about conservation....are they all in the same status, or are there some species that are doing better than the others?

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There are two basic populations of California sea lions, one in the coast of California (from Baja northward) and one in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez). Then there is the Galapagos sea ...

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