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San Francisco, California / Seaside Sea Lions #1145232

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 02, 2020
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(Studio: Omar Villafranca) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The sea lions of San Francisco, who have now lived at the boat docks for 30 years, featured; scenes shown from Fisherman's Wharf & of the sculptures going up around town. [Harbor Master Sheila CHANDOR% - talks about the animals on the dock.] [Aquarium By the Bay CEO George JACOBS - talks about the painted sea lions.] [Mayor London BREED%- speaks about Sea Lion Day {Jan. 16.}] [Tourists Mick & Jean ABRAHAM - comment on the sea lions.]

Villafranca, Omar;
Blackstone, John

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