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Dancing Sea Lion Keeps the Beat

Scientists at the University of California, Santa Cruz trained a sea lion named Ronan to bob her head in time with rhythmic sounds. Aside from parrots, she is the first non-human mammal that can independently keep a beat -- and she looks really cute

http://www.wtsp.com/video/2272667509001/1/Dancing-Sea-Lion-Keeps-the-Beat http://cdn.newslook.com/24/2436b3aeb5d22cfe62cd49d105923024/images/frame_0006.jpg Dancing Sea Lion Keeps the Beat Scientists at the University of California, Santa Cruz trained a sea lion named Ronan to bob her head in time with rhythmic sounds. Aside from parrots, she is the first non-human mammal that can independently keep a beat -- and she looks really cute Californiasea lionsSeriously?newslookUnited States of Americascience 01:08

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