A trending video of some sea lions chasing away beac goers breaks the internet.
The incident took place at San Diego.
In the viral video tourists were seen running away as they get chased by the sea lions.
A viral video showing two ocean lions pursuing away beachgoers at San Diego’s La Jolla Cove on Friday has individuals on the web addressing how we coincide with marine life, yet a representative for SeaWorld San Diego said the video may not be what it shows up.
The video shared on TikTok by client Charlianne Yeyna seems to show two blubbery ocean lions rushing a scared horde of beachgoers, which immediately separated as the ocean lions cleared their path for the sea and bounced in.
A representative for SeaWorld San Diego watched the video and said it seems the main ocean lion is really running from the second.
“You would truly possibly see on the off chance that you watch a ton of ocean lion conduct, yet the way that one leaps in the water and different does so rapidly after shows they are following each other,” the representative kept in touch with NBC 7.
That doesn’t mean, however, that the monstrous marine well evolved creatures – – guys can grow as much as 1,000 pounds, particularly during rearing season, when they in is designated “full blossom” – – can’t hurt individuals.
“People should be cautious and keep their space at a reasonable distance,” SeaWorld said. “Although sea lions may get close to visitors along the beach it’s always recommended that we/the public do not get close and interrupt their behavior.”
That may be what happened on Friday, at least according to Yeyna, who shot the now-viral video.
“I started recording because it was really funny to watch, for me to see all these tourists getting blown away by these giant sea lions,” she said.