the whole set lost it CNN Newsroom with Alisin Camerota and Victor Blackwell After a clip aired Wednesday that went on over the weekend of sea lions chasing sea lions after coming too close to a man. At La Jolla Cove, California, near San Diego, the charge of two large sea lions scattered dozens of beaches.
“I love the beach. And I love a good nap at the beach. Sometimes, though, there are just too many people,” Blackwell said before showing the video. “And maybe that’s a sea near San Diego.” Sets these two sea lions on the shore.”
They burst into laughter as the 20-second clip played, with Camarota providing colorful commentary.
“Look how fast these sea lions move. I didn’t think they could move so fast,” Camerota said. “But they are chasing all the beach goers. These are sea lions. They are charging. The woman who took the video says that someone was trying to take her picture, when she woke up.
The woman, Charlion Yena, said she started recording because “it was fun to see all these tourists being blown away by these giant sea lions.” Blackwell was also clearly tickled by the video.
Blackwell was laughing so loudly when the video ended, Camarota asked, “You enjoying it?” Blackwell laughed so loudly that he could hardly speak. “I don’t know why, I imagine their little sea lions cursing these guys and then chasing them around the beach,” Blackwell said. “And just cursing these people.”
It’s hard to tell whether they were laughing at the video or Blackwell’s reaction, but Camerota and the crew of camera lost it too.
“You’d think the ocean would be big enough for all of us, but no,” Camarota said. “Oh, man,” said Blackwell as he began to regain himself. “It was exactly what I wanted.”
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