The look on the seal’s face is priceless.
The (official) seal on the car says San Diego.
Thanks for looking out! I fixed the post.
I’ve picked up a gator, large iguanas, beavers, coyotes, bobcats, deer, boa constrictors, pythons, parrots, hawks/owls, bats, skunks, racoons, ‘possums, pigs, dogs, cats, ferrets, foxes, goats, ducks, cows, horses, rabbits, common snakes, armadillos, sheep, chickens, hedgehogs, every native Texas bird you can think of, and one very pissed off turkey in the course of my duties… but I’ve yet to earn my merit badge in Seal Handling :)
I bet seals would be interesting to catch. I picture them having really good strength, and I bet they really throw their head and tail around when they feel trapped. who knows though
Don’t tase me, bro!
Somewhere (on internet) I remember seeing a sign that says, “check under car for penguins before driving” or something like that. Apparently that was a problem in that area.
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