Sea lion that sustained gunshot injuries out of quarantine, on display at Indianapolis Zoo
Ray came to Indianapolis in August
Last Updated: 264 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS - A sea lion that was brought to the Indianapolis Zoo in August after being shot in the wild is now on exhibit.
Ray the sea lion has been quarantined since arriving at the Indianapolis Zoo, but zoo officials said Wednesday Ray is ready to join his seal and sea lion colleagues.
Ray was rescued off the coast of California by the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, Calif., in November 2011.
Ray had a bacterial kidney infection and bullets from two gunshot attacks lodged in his skull and body.
Zoo officials said Ray lost his right eye, but he is finding his way around and making friends with his three exhibit-mates.
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