Elephant Seals Take Over Drakes Beach

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Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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Chris Jewett/NBC Bay Area
Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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Chris Jewett/NBC Bay Area
Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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Chris Jewett/NBC Bay Area
Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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Chris Jewett/NBC Bay Area
Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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Chris Jewett/NBC Bay Area
Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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Chris Jewett/NBC Bay Area
Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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Chris Jewett/NBC Bay Area
Most of the Point Reyes National Seashore cannot be used after more than 50 adult elephant seals and 40 newborn pups took over Drakes Beach on Jan. 38. 2018.
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