A starving sea lion pup wandered into a fancy seaside San Diego restaurant Thursday morning apparently in search of food.
Unfortunately for the baby lion, it was a little too early for The Marine Room restaurant to be serving breakfast.
Bernard Guillas, the executive chef at the restaurant, posted photos of the pup on his Facebook page Thursday. "We found this little guy in The Marine Room restaurant this morning," he wrote. "He was a little bit early for his high tide breakfast reservation."
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