The New York Time has a front-page story about the baby sea lions that are making headlines and prompting alarm.
The Times reports that the population of baby sea lion is shrinking.
The paper says the baby whales are at “serious risk of extinction,” because they eat fish and marine mammals and are “dangerously fast and powerful.”
There’s a reason they’re called baby sea lions.
They were introduced to New York in the 1960s and 1970s.
Baby sea lions have long been a symbol of New York City.
They’re also the symbol of the city’s decline.
It’s the city that made it famous for its iconic red brick skyscrapers.
In 2015, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio declared the city a “lifer” because of its population explosion.
But the baby whale has been the city of death, and in 2017 the city lost two of its five dolphins.
In the last decade, the city has lost its only two killer whales.
It has lost the only captive bottlenose dolphins, too.
Now, with the baby seals and the baby dolphins at risk, the New York Aquarium is taking drastic steps to save the endangered species.
The aquarium is working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which is also trying to protect its endangered marine mammals.
The agency has created a task force to work on the baby marine mammals, said Aquarium spokesman Ryan G. O’Malley.
The task force is working on how to save them, and O’Brien says the aquarium is not going to put all its eggs in one basket.
The plan is to take on all of the challenges facing the baby animals, O’Bryan said.
The team is working to protect the animals in the wild, he said.
If there’s a plan, it will be implemented, O’donald said.
But O’doneald said he doesn’t expect the aquarium to have the resources to protect all of its animals.
We have to have our hands tied to protect them, O’sonald told the Times.
“We can’t keep doing the same thing and not having a plan,” he said, adding that the aquarium doesn’t have enough staff to keep up with all of these projects.
“The only way to do this is to have a plan and implement it,” O’dony said.
O’danald said the aquarium has been working with several other organizations to protect baby sea animals.
One is the nonprofit SeaWorld, which recently began protecting some baby sea dolphins in their native waters.
O’llonald noted that the captive dolphins that are in captivity have not been protected in any way.
He also said the group is working closely with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection on a plan to protect captive sea lion populations.