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  1. ~ This article from The Press Democrat of Santa Rosa, California tells that 85 orphaned Northern Fur Seal pups have been accepted by the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, all in emaciated condition. The pups appear to be from 4 to 5 months old. Such a high number of Northern Fur Seal strandings is unprecedented. They had likely been born on the Channel Islands or on the Farallon Islands.
  2. In a wildlife area called Wilder Ranch in the Santa Cruz, California area, about an hour from where I live, where my husband has gone mountain biking, apparently there are pumas and a mother has made a den. The researchers who try to follow all the pumas in this area located the den when the mother was away and got to visit with and tag what have to be the cutest puma kittens ever!

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