Wild Life Saved Baby Seal

A Baby seal has been rescued by the Channel Islands Marine & Wild life Institute. This is 99th seal been saved by the institute. The institute is been told that the baby seal is underweight which is 26 pounds only.

CIMWI folks have provided the medical care for the baby seal and have said that rehabilitation service also will be given for some months until the pup could fend on its own. Kaley has uploaded in Instagram and told Karl her husband that they were about to look the pup in the beach and could not see the pup. She said that she thought that the pup would have gone back to the sea because the tide was near.

The wildlife institute’s volunteered themselves in offering the help. The condition of the seal is not known and the team has told that they will update.

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