Blind Sea Lion

  Lori Olson, Husbandry Manager at Marine Mammal Care Center, feeds herring fish to Big Guy, a blind sea lion in Los Angeles, on Friday, April 20, 2012. Big Guy is headed to the Hogle Zoo in Utah, where he will share a new $18 million habitat called Rocky Shores with sealife, bears and eagles. Officials have spent a few months patching him up and two years trying to find a home for Big Guy. The 750-pound sea lion has spent more time and eaten more food than any other animal ever treated at the center. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
Lori Olson, Husbandry Manager at Marine Mammal Care Center, feeds herring fish to Big Guy, a blind sea lion in Los Angeles, on Friday, April 20, 2012. Big Guy is headed to the Hogle Zoo in Utah, where he will share a new $18 million habitat called Rocky Shores with sealife, bears and eagles. Officials have spent a few months patching him up and two years trying to find a home for Big Guy. The 750-pound sea lion has spent more time and eaten more food than any other animal ever treated at the center. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

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