Seals storm California beach closed to the public during gov't shutdown

Seals inhabit a Northern California beach closed due to the partial government shutdown and now show no signs of leaving.
0:33 | 02/01/19

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Transcript for Seals storm California beach closed to the public during gov't shutdown
An unexpected impact. From the government shut down. Eight popular pristine beach there has a new residents and they don't appear to be going anywhere during the government shutdown drapes beach north of San Francisco with all look close to the public. As a result of these massive elephant seals moved in and gave birth to around forty new pops. Now at the park is open again this seals aren't budging Eileen. Observed the seals or me as layout and tan an accident and that looks comfortable.

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