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VOTD: SEA LIONS HITCHED on Back of Family’s Boat: Unexpected Joy Ride

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Who knew sea lions like to hitch on boats?!! Animals are simply the best comedy that make us laugh and surely happy!

Amidst the subtle waters, something beyond the ordinary happened when a family out on a vacation experienced two sea lions grabbed hold of the stem on their boat and rode along for a ride. These sea lions are not just up for the free ride but for the fish buffet, you will notice when you watch this video how this dad gives free meals abundantly and looks like the sea lions are absolutely having fun ,they even posed for a SELFIE!  This family got a serious treat indeed, this young lady is definitely having the time of her life.. what a milestone for this little one. With one toddler on board and a baby sea lion in the water, this video is a recipe for cuteness overload! This toddler will undoubtedly remember this delightful experience even when she gets old and this moment will surely stick around for a long time for their family!

QUICK FACTS ABOUT SEA LIONS

Sea Lions are very interesting animals that can end up being extremely large. The males are much bigger than the females which helps them to gain the ability to mate with them because the females will look for the largest males out there to be with. Sea Lions are considered to be highly intelligent animals. They have been used to teach tricks to for entertainment. They have also been trained to help the United States Navy with their in water needs. For the most part they are considered to be very timid but there have been some reports of aggressive attacks on humans. The males are extremely aggressive when it comes to earning the right to mate with females. Sea lions and seals are two different animals. Differences include 1) sea lions have external ear flaps, 2) sea lions walk on land using all four flippers (seals bounce on their bellies) and 3) sea lions use their front flippers to swim (seals use their hind flippers).

 

 

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