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The aim of the Cornish Seal Sanctary is to return all their pups back into the wild, and because of
a greater knowledge of how to care for Seals built up over the
years, along with improved facilities and medication, the success
rate is very good. |
The Sanctuary is also a permanent home to a
community of adult seals, who for various reasons cannot be released
back into the wild.
The highlight of any visit to the sanctuary is feeding time, when Ray (photo above), Sheba, Anneka, Willow, Marlin (photo right), and the rest of the adult Seals all have their own amusing way of attracting more than their fair
share of the fish.
Patagonian Sea Lions,
the adult Grey and Common Seals, the various pups, the audio visual interpretation
area, and other information boards, along with the staff, will
make it an educational and enjoyable day out at The Cornish Seal
The main purpose is to Rescue, Rehabilitate,
and Release, but it is the large number of visitors the Sanctuary gets every
year, many returning each season, which has helped them become what
they are today.