- Exploring the sensory lives of sea lions. Holmes, Bob // National Wildlife;Feb/Mar2000, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p54
Reports on the sea lions located along the coasts of California. Feeding behavior; Increasing population of sea lions; Mating behavior; Communication between mothers and pups; Differences between female and male sea lion calls; Mental abilities; Sensory perception; Danger posed by sea lions to...
- Let the sealions roam. // Ecologist;Oct2001, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p12
Focuses on the decrease in sealions in the North Sea as of October 2001. Estimated number of sealions in the North Sea after a decline in 1998; Role of Danish fishermen in the decline in the sealion population.
- Kids Zoo works. // Zoobooks;Mar2012, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p9
The article discusses the story of baby sea Won who to satisfy his stomach ate bowl of fish including story of seal and sea lion which used to eat seawood and were suffering because of its scarcity and they had a contest which sea lion won.
- Seal in popular movies is a sea lion. // Current Science;11/4/94, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p12
Reports on the criticisms by some scientists on the movie `Andre.' Scientists' assertion that the flippered star playing Andre in the movie is a California sea lion, not a seal; Difference between a seal and a sea lion.
- Food-chain reaction. Schueller, Gretel H. // Audubon;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 101 Issue 2, p18
Details the environment effects of overfishing in the Bering Sea. Decline in the population of sea lions and seals.
- For now, foturne favours the seals. Collis, Brad // Ecos;Jan-Mar2002, Issue 110, p36
Reports on marine biologists' efforts to protect Australia's rare fur seals and sea lions. Difficulty of protecting both species; Study on the interaction between fur seals.
- Seals and sea lions. Farndon, John // Wild Animals;2003, p37
Seals, sea lions, and walruses are sea mammals that mainly live in water and are agile swimmers, but which waddle awkwardly when they come on land. Most seals eat fish, squid, and shellfish. Crabeater seals eat mainly shrimps, not crabs. Only sea lions can move their back flippers under their...
- Sea Lion Sailor. // Scholastic SuperScience;May2003, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p3
Discusses the significance of sea lions to the U.S. Navy.
- Balancing Act at Point Reyes. Evans, Karen // National Parks;Jul/Aug87, Vol. 61 Issue 7/8, p16
Focuses on the benefits of seal and sea lion protections for white sharks at Point Reyes National Seashore in California. Overview of the Marine Mammal Protection Act; Results of the marine mammals' resurgence; Increase in the number of violent acts against sea lions; Study conducted by the...