Seals and Sea Lions

What eats sea lions?


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2017-02-25 05:10:49
2017-02-25 05:10:49

Bigger Shark like Great White Shark and Predatory Dolphin like Orca aka Killer Whale eat Sea Lion.
Killer Whales & Sharks

and polar bears


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Well, if you consider a killer whale a dolphin (which it is) then yes they do. But no other species of dolphin eats sea lions.

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