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Hawaiian monk seal known to attack, sometimes kill pups to be moved to Sea Life Park Hawaii

  • NOAA / 2012
                                The 400-pound male seal known as KE18 was first held at the Waikiki Aquarium before being transferred to the University of Southern California at Santa Cruz, where he was part of a decadelong study. KE18 could return to Hawaii by August.

    NOAA / 2012

    The 400-pound male seal known as KE18 was first held at the Waikiki Aquarium before being transferred to the University of Southern California at Santa Cruz, where he was part of a decadelong study. KE18 could return to Hawaii by August.

A Hawaiian monk seal in captivity in California with a history of aggression toward pups will spend the rest of his life at Sea Life Park Hawaii. Read more

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