Jewell was rescued on 17th September 2017
Jewell, 2 weeks old whitecoat female pup, was rescued on 16th September 2017 from St Ives by Dan, Lesley and Phil, members of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue team. It was very tricky for the rescuers as they had to climb over the boulders to get to the pup.

The pup had bite wounds to the rear of her neck. This feisty pup weighed 23kgs.


Photo credit : BDMLR
Jewell
Jewell (right) Update - 2nd October 2017 : Jewell was moved to the outside nursery pool on 1st October 2017 for her next stage of rehabilitation.

She is currently sharing the nursery pool with another rescued seal pup named Elizabeth.

Jewell´s flipper tag number is 307.
Update - 8th October 2017 : This photo of Jewell was taken on 6th October 2017 in the nursery pool.

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Update - 22nd October 2017 : Jewell was moved into the convalesent pool on 10th October 2017 for her final stage of rehabilitation.

Update - 30th October 2017 : Jewell has gained weight really well.
Jewell
Update - 20th December 2017 : Jewell along with Prudie, Dwight, Kitty, Rosie, Drake and Neptune were released back into the wild at Porthtowan on 18th December 2017.
Jewell - photo taken by Sue Sayer of the Cornwall Seal Group Rsearch Trust Update - 7th March 2019 : Jewell was seen at a local haul-out along the west coast of Cornwall on 20th December 2018, 17th January 2019 and 14th & 18th February 2019.

Click here to see a larger photo (left) of Jewell taken by Sue Sayer of the Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust on on 20th December 2018.

Members of the Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust who identifies and monitors local seals.

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