Rescued sea lions released back into wild in Peru


Three rescued sea lions have been released back into the wild off the coast of Peru.

A local environment group let Fiona, Flynn and a reluctant Felix go near Palomina Island as part of a project to reintegrate endangered species back into their natural habitats.

Rising sea temperatures have caused a decline in fish stock leaving many of the creatures with little food.

Tim Allman reports.

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