ABC News – A record-setting number of starving sea lion pups are packing marine care centers in California. An average of more than 200 sea lions are typically found stranded statewide from January to April. This year, however, more than 900 sea lions have been rescued — and that number was expected to rise. The marine care centers are so full that they now can handle just three rescues a day. The rest of the pups have to be turned away.

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