When Cain met his new roommates in Long Beach Thursday, Feb. 9, he was a little shy at first, darting back into his crate when he heard them barking.
But soon enough, the Aquarium of the Pacific’s newest sea lion was going nose to nose and playing with his new pals.
“He’s very fast, he’s like a kid with his energy level. He’s very smart and very attentive so we have high expectations for him to meld in with the group,” said Dudley Wigdahl, curator for mammals and birds at the Long Beach venue .
Cain is now on public view and