What is another word for Zalophus Californianus?

3 synonyms found


[ zˈalɒfəs kˈalɪfˌɔːni͡ənəs], [ zˈalɒfəs kˈalɪfˌɔːni‍ənəs], [ z_ˈa_l_ɒ_f_ə_s k_ˈa_l_ɪ_f_ˌɔː_n_iə_n_ə_s]

Zalophus californianus is a species of sea lion native to the western coast of North America, ranging from Alaska to Mexico. It is also commonly known as the California sea lion. Additionally, the species goes by the names of the Pacific sea lion, West Coast sea lion, and the Galápagos sea lion - the latter of which is a subspecies found only on the Galápagos Islands. Despite different names, each variety of Zalophus californianus is recognizable for their bark-like vocalizations, long flippers, and distinctive "earflaps" on either side of their head. Their playful and social nature has made them a common sight in coastal marine parks and aquariums.

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The Zalophus Californianus, also known as the California Brown Trout, is a species of trout in the Salvelinus genus. It is endemic to the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California, where it inhabits stream and riparian habitats. Settlement size estimates for this population range from 400,000 to two million fish, making it one of the most numerous salmons in North America.

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