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  • MARINE MAMMAL CARE CENTER LOS ANGELES MARINE MAMMAL CARE CENTER LOS ANGELES

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(33.711487,-118.29454)
 

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Mission Statement

MMCC LA is a hospital for sick and injured marine mammals that are stranded along the Los Angeles County coastline. Located in San Pedro, MMCC primarily treats and releases rescued California sea lions, northern elephant seals, Pacific harbor seals, and northern fur seals.

Description

Marine Mammal Care Center Los Angeles (MMCC) MMCC opened in 1992, with the Foundation for Marine Animal Husbandry (FMAH), a Florida 501(c)(3) entity, providing financial and operational support. In September 2016, Marine Mammal Care Center Los Angeles, a California 501(c)(3) entity took over operation of the MMCC facility. The facility is located on Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) property.

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