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May 18, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgPacific Marine Mammal Center(LOS ANGELES) — A California sea lion found on a beach with pellet gunshot wounds was euthanized as officials search for who was responsible, officials announced on Tuesday.Employees at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center rescued the female sea lion after it was found in distress on Newport Beach on Dec. 16 after being reported by animal control, the center said in a press release.The 1 1/2 year-old sea lion, named Mandalorian by rescuers, was found to have two gunshots in the chest, most likely from a pellet rifle, the press release stated.Mandalorian was monitored for a week and received treatment, but its health continued to decline. It was “humanely euthanized” on Dec. 22, the center said.A necropsy done on Mandalorian showed one of the bullets was “between the rib and adjacent vertebrae” and the wound “most likely became infected, leading to severe muscle necrosis around the impact site and an accumulation of fluid in the chest cavity,” officials said.The second pellet was lodged in the mammal’s muscles between its ribs.The pellets were recovered and sent to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service Office of Law Enforcement for additional investigation.“Unfortunately, what we saw is taking place up and down the Pacific Coast. These are disgusting and intentional acts, many of which are pre-meditated. We know there are many out there that feel like they are competing with the sea lions for the same resources,” said Peter Chang, CEO of the center. “However, there’s a pathway for us to cohabitate with these precious marine mammals, and shooting them is not the way.”  Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

May 2, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgOcean City’s beaches reopen after a prolonged shutdown during the coronavirus pandemic. Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian, Sea Isle City Mayor Leonard Desiderio and Upper Township Mayor Richard Palombo jointly announced Saturday that they will allow access to their beaches for exercise and active recreation.The mayors of the three municipalities have been coordinating with a Cape May County task force and other mayors on plans for a safe and gradual reopening of beaches, facilities and businesses as the state continues to take measures to slow the spread of COVID-19.Local health professionals have advised that letting people exercise and enjoy outdoor spaces is safe and important for their physical and mental health, provided they avoid dense crowds and close contact with others.Access to the beaches will be permitted for people engaged in activities such as walking, running, exercising, surfing and fishing. Sunbathing, sitting in chairs, groups of people, group sports and bathing will be prohibited. Mayor Gillian also announced that the city opened the shared-use path on the Route 52 causeway.“We will continue to take a measured approach and work with the governor’s office on a plan to safely reopen different parts of the city,” Gillian said. “Please continue to take personal responsibility for following social distancing guidelines and other safe practices.” For more information, visit the Ocean City coronavirus page at http://www.ocnj.us/covid19/ A hand sanitizer dispenser, left, has been installed at a beach entrance.last_img read more