California has their own issues they are dealing with other than the lack of rain. There is an elephant seal in northern California that is very persistent in “hitting the road”. Apparently, the 500-pound mammal was first spotted climbing a divider wall of Highway 37 in Sonoma, according to chron.com.
The seal has been “ushered” back to the San Francisco Bay, but this seal keeps coming back. So far, the animal has made its way back to the road twice. The mammal doesn’t seem to be injured–just persistent for some reason.
So, before you go giving California a hard time, just know they have their own problems, too.
Photos: Uncredited, AP
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