Seaworld releases sea lion found wandering down Point Loma street

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Seaworld released a recused California sea lion back into the ocean Friday after nearly two weeks of rehab at SeaWorld San Diego’s Animal Health and Rescue Center.

The sea lion, Rose, was rescued on Garrison Street in Point Loma on October 22.

Rose was in good body condition and weight, approximately 175 pounds, when rescued and responded well to treatment at the park. “Her rehabilitation went very smoothly,” said SeaWorld veterinarian, Dr. Tres Clarke.


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