And already another court changes it.

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Posted by seahunt on July 21, 2009 at 08:35:26:

In Reply to: Public Health Issue????? posted by Elaine on July 21, 2009 at 06:05:02:

Elaine, I'm not sure if you are familiar with the issue, but seals do not tolerate people. Like other wild animals they can
be dangerous, particularly to children.
The Children's Pool is a small area with a protective wall that was built so that children could safely enjoy the ocean in San
Diego which has notoriously dangerous beaches. It is one very small area, but it is a nice and the seals like the protection
that was put there for the children. When the seals are there it is polluted and dangerous to humans. Some environmentalists
decided that since the seals like it, humans should be
The question is, should one small area of the beach be reserved for human use? The seals have almost the whole coast. There are
miles of beach for the seals that is mostly unused by humans. The seals occupy much of it and are generally undisturbed. Can't
one small area be reserved so that children can safely enjoy the shore?
Enjoy the diving, seahunt

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