A California sea lion named Ronan may be the first non-human mammal to bop to the rhythm of a song.
A photo of colorful bat stars covering and eating the corpse of a California sea lion recently won first prize in a prestigious wildlife photography competition.
Why did a sea lion pull a little girl who was sitting on a dock into the water, only to release her an instant later?
Despite being fast, efficient and agile, this sea lion swimming technique is quite different from the way other large fish and marine mammals move through the water.
About 10 million years ago, a distant cousin of the modern walrus snapped at fish as it swam near the shore of what is now modern Japan, a new study finds.
A decade ago, we set out to unravel deep ocean crime scenes we weren’t even sure existed. The crime? Endangered Steller sea lions were rapidly disappearing in parts of Alaska.
Sea lions respond to military-style sonar in a new study to try and find out how to protect the marine mammals from harm.
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