Veterinarians help sea lion recover from serious gunshot injuries

01/25/2013 | Santa Cruz Sentinel (Calif.)

Whirlybird, a sea lion found unresponsive at a California beach, has recovered after veterinarians treated the animal for a gunshot wound to the face. When Whirlybird was found, veterinarians noted one eye was lost and the other was severely damaged, and metal fragments were dispersed in the animal's head. Whirlybird, who would likely not survive if released into the wild, has found a home in captivity at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium.

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