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Video: Sea Lion Takes A Swim With A Selfie Stick

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It turns out that sea lions can also use selfie sticks. Milo is a sea lion at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach. Recently, Milo was given a selfie stick, which he took for a jaunt around the pool.

It's a brief video, but Milo sure is cute. The video is part of a series called Hugh’s Aquarium Views, made by a volunteer at the facility.