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The Japanese Sea Lion

the Japanese Sea lion was first classified as extinct in the 1970's

draven dickerson

on 22 January 2013

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Extinct Cause of Extinction: Did they Die off slowly? Year of Extinction/Location Programs Can hold there breathes for 15-20 minutes Over fishing From the 1900's-1915 the number of Sea Lions went from 3,200 to 300 found

Then in the 1930's there were only a couple dozen in 1974 Interesting Facts The Japanese Sea Lion Located: Sea Of Japan The National Institute of Environment Research of Korea is searching Chinese and Russian waters for Sea lions to try and reintroduce into there native habitat. Related to the California Sea Lion Mothers nurse there pups Eibesfeldt, E. (1984). Zalophus japonicus. Retrieved from http://petermaas.nl Close Living Relatives California Sea Lion

Galapagos Eschmeyer, W. N. (2010). Catalog of fishing electronic version. Retrieved from http://research.calacademy.org/ichthyology/catalog/fishcatmain.asp.
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