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Did you find a dead or wounded animal?

Dead or stranded marine mammals: Marine Mammal Center. 415 289-7325


Live, injured birds: International Bird Rescue. 707 207-0380

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  • Contact your elected officials and let them know how you feel about the ocean conservation.



 

Basking Shark did you know?

Sharks are among the most ancient of all vertebrates, having first appeared about 375 million years ago. These ancient predators have been so successful that 368 different species can be found worldwide and 16 of them live in the The Sanctuary, ranging from the small brown smoothhounds that grow up to three feet long to the 45-foot behemoth Basking Sharks. These sharks also take many different forms, from the familiar open ocean predatory White Sharks (sometimes called "Great Whites") to the unusually shaped bottom-feeding Pacific Angel Shark. Read More >>

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