Sea elephants “captured” tourist beach in California (video)

Sea elephants “captured” tourist beach in California (video)

The animals took advantage of the absence of ushers.

In the national Park on the Peninsula of point Reyes was the “capture” of the popular tourist beach Drakes beach. Violators were dozens of elephant seals who took advantage of the temporary absence of the Rangers and, breaking the fence on the beach, occupied it.

The seals quietly located on the sand, taking almost the entire territory of the beach.

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According to experts, usually sea elephants live on a secluded beach Chimney beach far away from prying eyes. But to look for another place to stay, most likely, forced the high tides.

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