The Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) also known as the northern sea lion
and Steller's sea lion, is a near threatened species of sea lions in the northern ...
Steller or northern sea lions are sometimes confused with California sea lions,
but are much larger and lighter in color. Males may grow to 11 feet (3.25 m) in ...
Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) are comprised of two populations: the
western Distinct Population Segment (DPS) that occurs primarily west of Cape ...
Steller sea lions range along the North Pacific Rim from northern Japan to
California. Pupping and breeding occur late May to early July throughout their
Due to concern over the dramatic decline of Steller sea lions in Alaska, in 1990,
the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) took emergency actions to list the
Taxonomic Notes: In previous IUCN evaluations, Steller Sea Lions have been
treated as a single species. The species was listed as two separate stocks ...
Steller sea lions, also known as Northern sea lions, are the largest of the
Otariidae (eared seals) and are distributed around the rim of the North Pacific
STELLER SEA LION FACTS. Scientific name: Eumetopias jubatus. Family: Steller
sea lions are the largest of the otariids and the fourth largest of the pinnipeds, ...
Find out what's known about Steller Sea Lions, Eumetopias jubatus, Mammalia,
Carnivora, Otariidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding behaviors