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August 01, 2014
I am grateful for these regulations as I believe it will help the people of California to realize that this drought is not a temporary occurrence. In Southern California, we live in a semi arid region where grass is not supported, and the water that is locally found here would have a hard time supporting the giant population. Therefore, water has to be imported to our region from far off places, making it very hard for the us to be familiar with our water sources. I believe that if we are more familiar with the source of our water, we will hold a grater allegiance to it, and take pride in conserving. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INjtx3pFeXc
Chabad of La Jolla Rabbi Baruch Ezagui calls on the world to engage in an extensive self-review.
Chabad of La Jolla Rabbi Baruch Ezagui calls on the world to engage in an extensive self-review.
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To the rescue
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La Jolla Cove's tricky waters were no match for two SeaWorld San Diego rescue team members, who with the help of local lifeguards came to the aid of a malnourished and dehydrated northern elephant seal pup on July 31. The 133-pound animal was transported to SeaWorld's Animal Rescue Center, where it was rehydrated and tube-fed; SeaWorld's animal care specialists say the pup should be fit enough to return to the ocean in six to eight weeks. SeaWorld has rescued more than 185 ill, injured and stranded marine mammals this year.
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The Peninsula Beacon, July 31st, 2014
download The Peninsula Beacon, July 31st, 2014
The Peninsula Beacon, July 31st, 2014