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  2. Sea lion, elephant seal, walrus (The Undersea discoveries of Jacques-Yves Cousteau) by Jacques Yves Cousteau, 1974
  3. The Adventures of Sasha : The San Francisco Sea Lion
  4. Seals and Sea Lions (Animals of the World) by J. L. Cloudsley-Thompson, 1981-06
  5. Operation Sea Lion by Richard Cox, 1974-12-13
  6. Sim the Sea Lion (Young Magpie Library) by Hugh Edwards, Stephen Hederics, 1981-09-01
  7. Sea lions, sea bears & beach pancakes: Tales of sea and shore life by Roger Nelson, 1987
  8. Operation Sea Lion, The Projected Invasion Of UK In 1940 An Account OfThe German Preparations And The UK's Countermeasures by Peter Fleming, 1957
  9. Final Recovery Plan for Stellar Sea Lions by Stellar Sea Lion Recovery Team, 1992
  10. The Sea Lions Or The Lost Sealers by Fenimore J. Cooper, 2007-08-09
  11. Handbook of Marine Mammals - Vol 1: The Walrus, Sea Lions, Fur Seals and Sea Otter
  12. OPERATION SEA LION : The projected invasion of England in 1940 -- an Account of the German Preparations and the British Countermeasures
  13. Operation "Sea Lion" and the role planned for the Luftwaffe (USAF historical studies) by Karl Klee, 1980
  14. Protection of sea lions shouldn't extend too far.(Recreation) : An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)

81. The Seattle Times: Local News: Biologist Accused Of Capturing Underage Sea Lions
habits of juvenile sea lions, a particularly vulnerable group of the imperiled species. The population of Steller sea lions plummeted in the late 1970s.
Home delivery Contact us Site map Traffic ... Alerts / E-mails Marketplace Jobs Autos Homes Rentals ... Home delivery Tuesday, June 21, 2005 - Page updated at 10:49 AM Biologist accused of capturing underage sea lions The Associated Press E-mail article
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RSS The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is seeking a $10,000 fine and has proposed denying Davis research rights for the next five years. Davis said yesterday the civil charges are unwarranted and he plans to fight them. "The research community I'm a part of is to help the decline of the Steller sea lion," he said. "We're working to improve the population." Davis has been studied marine mammals in Alaska for 30 years and sea lions for 15 years. He has published dozens of articles on the species. In 2003 and 2004, he partnered with the Seward-based Alaska SeaLife Center to study the winter habitat and habits of juvenile sea lions, a particularly vulnerable group of the imperiled species. The population of Steller sea lions plummeted in the late 1970s. In the western part of the state, the mammals are listed as endangered. Those populating the eastern part of Alaska are listed as threatened. Davis was working in a part of Prince William Sound where the endangered listing applies. He said the animals he captured, tagged with satellite tracking devices and released all fared well in the six to eight months during which he monitored them.

82. ENN Environmental News Network [[Today S News Full Story ]]
The number of Steller sea lions in the western stock dropped from about 200000 The research involves tracking Steller sea lions to their foraging

83. Sea Lion
The Steller s sea lion ranges from the Channel Islands off the southern Steller s sea lions spend their winter months in shallow water free of fast ice
Steller's Sea Lion
While enjoying a warm sunny day and a casual stroll through one of Southeast Alaska's many boat harbors, its not uncommon to see a Steller's sea lion rolling lazily through the water or even sunning itself on the dock. This pinniped, or flippered mammal, has a tawny yellowish brown body and can weigh over a ton. The Steller's sea lion ranges from the Channel Islands off the southern California coast north to the Bering Sea. Steller's sea lions spend their winter months in shallow water free of fast ice near the coast, and may be observed on gravel beaches or ice flows that are not too far out to sea. This mammal is most frequently found on remote rocky coasts well away from civilization. Others prefer to live in harbors, swimming between the boats or sunning on a dock. Like other pinnipeds, the sea lion has large flippers with small nails. Females are slim, while the male has massive shoulders and a thick, muscular neck with a substantial mane of long, coarse hair. Its head is bear-like, with a straight muzzle and small, pointed ears. Adult females grow as long as seven feet and can weigh up to 800 pounds. Adult males reach lengths of thirteen feet and can weigh up to 2,400 pounds. The eyes of the sea lion are unusual because there is a circle of white around the outer edges of the iris. Sea lions can dive to depths of 600 feet to find food. Their diet includes a wide variety of invertebrate marine life including squid and octopus. They also enjoy cod, herring, pollock, halibut, and salmon. When hunting for food, they prefer off-bottom, schooling species.

84. Australian Sea-lion
sealions and fur seals are similar, and are in a family known as eared seals . The Australian sea-lion is different from other sea-lions because they
The Australian Sea-lion Sea-lions swim in cold sea water. They eat fish. They live on beaches. They have flippers instead of legs. They are covered in fur. Sea-lions are ' pinnipeds ', which means 'fin foot', like seals. They are marine mammals, able to swim in extremely cold water. Sea-lions and fur seals are similar, and are in a family known as 'eared seals'. Unlike the 'earless seals',they are quite agile on land. The front flippers are used on land to prop themselves up on, and in the water to swim with. They use their back flippers rather like a leg on land, and as a rudder in the water. They have a layer of fur under the top fur, and this helps keep them warm in the cold water, together with a thick layer of fat. The Australian sea-lion is the only pinniped that is found only in Australia, living along parts of the western and southern coastline. They were once found further east, but seal hunters killed the colonies in Bass Strait towards the end of the 19th century. Males weigh about 300 kilograms. They are about three times heavier than the females. Males have dark brown fur with pale neck and females have grey fur on their back with creamy fur on their front. They are very social animals, and gather in groups of 10-15. They spend time sunbaking on sandy beaches and rocks.

85. LionNet - On The Net, We Serve
Internet resource directory for lions Clubs International.
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'On the Net, We Serve' LionNet is a network of national and state level service sites called LionNet Nodes . They aim to promote the use of the Internet to members of Lions Clubs International , the world's largest service association. Many Lions clubs, districts, multidistricts and programs operate their own Internet websites, this site provides a directory of those resources.
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86. Volunteer Service Organization - Lions Clubs
International headquarters site. Lionism resources. 8 languages.

87. California Sea Lion Printout-
California sea Lion Printout. The sea Lion is a pinniped that lives on in cool waters off the rocky coast of western North America. is a user-supported site.
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The California sea lion is a type of seal that lives in cool waters off the rocky coast of western North America. This marine mammal makes a roaring noise (hence its name), barks, and honks. Sea lions are fast swimmers, going up to 25 mph (40 kph) in short bursts. They are also very fast on land, "walking" with all four flippers. These intelligent and social animals congregate in large groups on land (called colonies) and smaller groups in the water (called rafts). Breeding areas are called rookeries. (Classification: Suborder Pinnipedia, Family Otariidae, Subfamily Otariinae, Genus Zalophus, Species californianus) Anatomy : The California sea lion has a thick layer of blubber (fat), short, thick fur that is dark brown to buff-colored, and a dog-like head. Males (called bulls) are darker and bigger than females. Males also have a thick furry mane around the neck. Bulls weigh up to 850 pounds (380 kg) and are up to 8 feet (2.5 m) long. Females weigh up to 250 pounds (115 kg) and are up to 6.5 feet (2 m) long. The whiskers (called vibrissae) help the seal's sense of touch. The nostrils are closed in the resting state. The sea lion has small external ears and a good sense of hearing. It also has keen eyesight but no color vision.

88. Lions Club Of Braintree
Based in Essex (District 105EA)
MD105 EA (Chartered 1979)
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89. Phelps Lions Club, Phelps, NY
District 20E2. Includes membership information, news and events, and a photo gallery.
L IBERTY I NTELLIGENCE O UR N ATIONS S AFETY We Serve Phelps, New York USA Chartered 10/24/1956
Search Proudly serving our community since 1956! District 20-E2 - Club # 8135
P.O. Box 245, Phelps, NY 14532 When: Where: Phelps Hotel 90 Main Street, Phelps, NY 14532 M ission Statement
To create and foster a spirit of understanding among all people for humanitarian needs by providing voluntary services through community involvement and international cooperation L ions Sight Conservation Lions work in the area of sight conservation is carried out at many levels. Individual Clubs sponsor free eye screening programs using mobile eye clinics. In many countries, Clubs sponsor eye surgery camps where cataract surgeries are performed at no charge for those that can't afford this medical care. Many clubs collect old eye glasses for distribution to the needy in other countries. NEWS! A big Lions Club welcome to our newest members - Jamie and Wendy Presher The Phelps Club will be holding it's annual Broom Sales on Saturday, September 10th. We will be selling from a tent in front of the Old Mill Hotdog Stand plus going door to door. Proceeds benefit local charities.

90. Detroit Lions Official Website
Official team site with audio and video clips, team news, depth charts, transactions, statistics, and player profiles.
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91. Apple Valley Lions Home Page
Apple Valley, Minnesota. Meeting schedule, officers, photos, fundraising activities.
MD 5M6 Apple Valley Lions Club
Apple Valley, MN The Apple Valley Lions Club was established in 1987 and currently has 24 members, serving the citizens and community of the City of Apple Valley in various capacities. We are funded entirely through charitable fund raising events through out the year with all funds going directly back into the Community. Meetings:
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92. Home
Summer Camp for physically and mentally challenged and diabetic youth of Louisiana.
The Louisiana Lions Camp My apologies for being so long in getting any information regarding the hurricane on our site. Camp has been occupied by evacuees since two days before the storm made landfall and many here lost their homes and all of their belongings. Camp will be open to them until they have a place to go to. The support of the local community has been outstanding and we have received help from all corners of the nation. We are still glad to recieve donations of Wal-Mart, Target, Stage, etc. gift cards for our evacuees as well as non perishable food . We are unable to recieve any more clothing due to space and at this point, we do not know when or where we will be able to send what we have received. The Lions Club members and evacuees have been working to sort and rebox what has arrived at camp so that we can eventually redistribute to other areas. As best as can be determined, our campers, staff members and Lions are all safe and we are very thankful. Please email

93. Steller's Sea Lion: Wildlife Notebook Series - Alaska Department Of Fish And Gam
Steller s sea lion species description from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Wildlife Notebook Series.

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Steller's Sea Lion
The Steller's (or northern) sea lion Eumetopias jubatus ) inhabits the north Pacific Ocean and is the largest member of the family of Otariidae, or "eared seals." Sea lions differ from hair seals (harbor seals, ringed seals, ribbon seals, bearded seals, and spotted seals) in that sea lions have external ears and rear flippers which turn forward allowing them to "walk" with a gait similar to land mammals. They are called sea lions because they resemble the terrestrial lion of Africa and Asia. Large adult male Steller's sea lions have disproportionately large necks and shoulders. This, coupled with longer, coarser hair on the neck and shoulders, gives them the appearance of having manes, as do lions. General description: At birth, the sea lion pup's coat is chocolate brown with a frosty appearance because the tips of the hair are colorless. Color gradually lightens as the animal ages and periodically molts. Most adult females are a yellowish, cream color on the back, although some remain darker. Nearly all males stay darker on the front of the neck and chest; some are even a reddish color. Males and females have a marked size difference. Weight at birth is 51 pounds (23 kg), and body length is 45 inches (112 cm). Females grow rapidly during the first four years but slow by the fifth year, with little growth after age 6. Males continue to grow until the eleventh year. Although there are variations, most females reach maximum size by the seventh year, and males reach adult size by the twelfth year. The average weight of an adult male is 1,245 pounds (566 kg), and the body length averages 10 2/3 feet (282 cm). Adult females average 579 pounds (263 kg) in weight and 8 2/3 feet (228 cm) in length. Although only 20 percent longer, the average adult male weighs over twice as much as the average adult female.

94. Lions Danmark
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95. Lions Distretto 108 Ia1
Notizie, organigramma, appuntamenti, elenco dei club del distretto.

96. Lions World Services For The Blind Main Page
Located in Little Rock, Arkansas, this is the site of one of the World's largest, multiservice rehabilitation centers for the blind and visually impaired persons.
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Architect rendering of new campus of Lions World Services "Since 1967 the IRS and Lions World Services for the Blind have Teamed up to Recruit Train and Hire Persons with Disabilities " (IRS website) For more of the story check out the IRS Jobs website Please email regarding content-related and web-related questions Last update: August 26, 2005 Search this Web Site LWSB Mail

Based in Hampshire (105D).
Yateley and District Lions Club is a small community based organisation consisting of about 25 Men and Women, but it has the support of the International Association of Lions Clubs. This organisation links similar clubs in 189 countries around the world. The club exists to support the local community.
This ranges from helping people less fortunate to supporting local surgeries, the Citizens Advice Bureau and providing community events such as Fireworks and May Fayre. Our scope is wide; our aims are to provide practical help where and when it is needed in our local communities. Wherever there is a need Lions try to meet it. EVERY PENNY RAISED FROM THE PUBLIC GOES TOWARDS OUR WORK IN THE COMMUNITY.
Whilst this all may sound very serious, we can assure you that we have a great deal of fun doing it.Take a look at the photo's!. We also have a very active social calendar. Have you got the Bottle?
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98. Clyde Lions Club
District 20E2. Features a directory of officers and members, calendar of events, club history, and upcoming fund raisers.
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99. Detroit Lions NFL Football Front Page
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100. Steller Sea Lion
National Parks Conservation Association provides wildlife factsheets about animals found in our national parks.>> Marine Wildlife
American Alligator ... Make a Difference Steller Sea Lion (Eumetopias jubatus)
Factoid: The Steller sea lion got its name from the German naturalist Wilhelm Steller, who described it as a "lion of the sea" because of its golden eyes and bellowing roar.
Status: Stellers are threatened everywhere, except the population segment in Alaska, which is endangered.
Population: 40,000 to 64,000, 70 percent of which reside in Alaska.
Threats: Sea lion populations in the Gulf of Alaska are dwindling because their prey is declining as commercial fisheries increase their take. Gunshots and net entanglement are also to blame for sea lion deaths. Stellers are protected by the Marine Mammal Protection Act and the Endangered Species Act.
The average life span of Steller sea lions is about 20 to 23 years. Steller sea lions are the largest sea lions and are often confused with California sea lions. Steller males are larger than bears, weighing up to 2,200 pounds. They can be 8 to 11 feet long. Females are a bit smaller, at 6 to 8 feet long and 600 to 800 pounds. Stellers are light to reddish-brown and bulky. Their thick necks resemble a lion's mane, which contributes to their name.

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