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Sea Lion Euthanized After Capture at Bonneville Dam


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Jacquelin
- 3745 days ago - nwcn.com
BONNEVILLE, Ore. - A sea lion recently trapped as part of an effort by wildlife managers to protect endangered salmon and steelhead has been euthanized. Authorities said the California sea lion was trapped because it had been regularly feeding in the



   

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JULIE ANN Z (247)
Sunday March 15, 2009, 8:45 am
how disgusting. Relocating them to zoos? It is the animals right to eat those salom. It is thier natural food supply. If humans were not so greedy and over fishing the salom would not be endangered. I cannot believe they are removing the animals to zoos so humans can continue thier greedy harvest of salom for human consumption.
this is so disgusting.
 

Sandra Martinho (35)
Sunday March 15, 2009, 4:35 pm
I am with you Julie, I still did not understand because the fact is that the animals when after natural habitat was captured in the seo are re-put en zoos! I still did not realize!!??
In addition the euthanasia is applied if they are not in accordance with the criteria on that own they decide!! Do I ask because the fact is that they do not let them be where really they belong?? They must not be good of the head!!
 
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