Are there any native mammals in San Francisco?
There are a number of native mammals in and around the City. Native land mammals include gray foxes, coyotes and raccoons. In the Bay and Ocean more than 35 species of marine mammals have been sighted, including Blue, Gray, Minke, Humpback, Fin and Killer Whales; Pacific White-Sided, Northern Right Whale and Risso’s Dolphins; California and Stellar Sea Lions: Northern Elephant Seals; Fur and Harbor Seals, and Dall’s and Harbor Porpoises. You can find out more here.
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