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  • The short-tailed albatross is also known as Steller's albatross, named after naturalist

    Scientific American

  • Mammals that were hunted to extinction before the 20th century, such as Steller's sea cow, the Falkland Islands wolf, sea mink and the large Palau flying fox are also unlikely to be found now, Fisher said.

    This seal was declared extinct in 1892. So what is it doing alive and well today?

  • NOAA now authorizes lethal removal only of California sea lions, although lately the larger, less numerous Steller species appears to be eating much more Columbia River fish.

    Sea Lions Turn Salmon Run Into Buffet

  • During the hiatus, biologists working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continued to tally the number of sea lions coming to the dam, the type of sea lion—California or Steller—and data on which ones stop to feed, and how many each individually consumes.

    Sea Lions Turn Salmon Run Into Buffet

  • For instance, large-scale harvesting of the Alaskan pollock, one of the fish McDonald's uses, affects the food supply of Steller sea lions and fur seals, says

    Restaurants Mobilize to Save Fisheries

  • Earlier this month the state petitioned Uncle Sam to drop Steller sea lion protections, arguing that the species has bounced back according to the government's own targets.

    Alaska vs. the Sea Lions

  • A Steller sea lion has been found in the waters near Newport Beach, CA, far south of its normal range.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • They are believed to be close relatives of the fur seal, Steller sea lion, and South American sea lion.

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • " Other birds attempt something approaching syllables — the winter wren with " chimp chimp, " the Steller ' s jay with " shaack shaack shaack.

    When Sounds Make Sense

  • The state argues that restricted fishing isn't necessary when the population of western Steller sea lions is growing between 1 percent and 1.5 percent a year.

    Alaska Sues Feds To Stop Endangered Sea Lion Protection

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