Climate change made this baby sea lion so hungry that it ventured to a restaurant in search of food

The San Diego sea lion pup was found curled up in a booth at the Marine Room

By Katie Levingston
February 6, 2016 2:00AM (UTC)
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A sea lion similiar to this one wandered into a restaurant in San Diego. (Marine Mammal Center)

Climate change is affecting sea life in Southern California so much that one baby sea lion left the beach in search of food, The New York Times first reported.

The pup wandered into nearby restaurant the Marine Room and climbed onto a booth where he was found by workers the next morning.


Rising ocean temperatures are affecting the food supply and this little lion is one of many that are hungry, according to the Times.

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