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A senior scientist from the Marine Mammal Center in California, Frances Gulland, said that the whales that were found washed up on the beach were only a small percentage of the ones that die.
On September 2, The Marine Mammal Center held a Grand Opening celebration and blessing at the new $3.
Although the whales see their ocean world in black-and-white, it makes sense that they can differentiate orange from other colors since the clouds of zooplankton upon which they feed are orange in color, said Michael Moore, director of the marine mammal center at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts.
In its rebuilt home way up on the hill above Rodeo Beach in the Marin Headlands, the Marine Mammal Center is no zoo.
With the help of fellow volunteers Anje Vandernaald and Katharine Parker, he drags the male to a nearby cage, where it's placed inside and transported to the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, a hospital for ailing sealife.
It is still going strong now as a project of the Marine Mammal Center in Marin County.
From February to July in 2003 and 2004, 195 juvenile northern elephant seals were found stranded live along the California coast, rescued, and brought to The Marine Mammal Center (TMMC), Sausalito, California, for rehabilitation.
According to Doreen Moser, assistant director of education for the Marine Mammal Center, regeneration of the population will prove a difficult task, because the whales have a relatively high mortality rate and naturally low rate of reproduction.