Press Releases

Otterly in love! OTTERLY IN LOVE!
Asian short-clawed otter pair, Apricot and Harris are still very much in love as they approach their one year anniversary together at the Sanctuary.
Keeper re-united with Apricot the Otter KEEPER RE-UNITED WITH APRICOT THE OTTER
Senior Aquarist Rob has been reunited with Asian Short-Clawed Otter "Apricot" whilst working at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary.
Brain Training for Otters at the Cornish Seal SanctuaryBRAIN TRAINING FOR OTTERS AT THE CORNISH SEAL SANCTUARY
Everyone knows otters are smart animals, but visitors to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary have been astonished to see its resident otters apparently making complex calculations on their own abacus!
Otterly Mad!OTTERLY MAD!
Staff at the National Seal Sanctuary are going to stomach-churning lengths this week in an effort to raise money to save endangered otters.
Otterly Spooky!OTTERLY SPOOKY!
There´s spooky goings on at the National Seal Sanctuary this week, where their two otters have been seen eating from frightening pumpkins!
Otterly ExcitingOTTERLY EXCITING
Starsky and Hutch, two Asian Short clawed Otters have enjoyed a birthday treat at the National Seal Sanctuary this week.
Otters Join In The Red Nose RevelryOTTERS JOIN IN THE RED NOSE REVELRY
Three Asian Short Clawed Otters joined in the Red Nose Day fun at the National Seal Sanctuary, by wearing cherry tomatoes on their snouts!
Otters Join In The Red Nose RevelrySOMEBODY LIKES THE SUNSHINE!!
While the rest of the country is complaining about the sunshine, two residents at the National Seal Sanctuary, Gweek are taking full advantage.


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