Brienne of Tarth was rescued on 5th January 2020
Brienne of Tarth, 9 weeks old female grey seal pup, was rescued on 5th January 2020 from Holywell Bay beach in Newquay by members of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) Medics.

She was found lethargic, malnourished and dehydrated with some wounds to her flippers.
Brienne of Tarth - Photo - Lizzi
Brienne of Tarth - Photo - Lizzi This pup was taken to one of BDMLR´s holding facilities until a hospital pen became available on 6th January 2020 at Gweek.

Photos Credit (left & above) : Lizzi Larbalestier (BDMLR)
Update - 1st February 2020 : Brienne is still in the hospital. Due to having an upper respiratory tract infection, her breathing is audible and producing a lot of snot. She is currently on treatment for all of this and is improving step by step. It will not be too long before Brienne is moved down to the outside nursery pools. Weighs 17kgs.

This photo was taken on 31st January 2020, click here to see a larger version of this image.
Brienne of Tarth
Brienne of Tarth Update - 10th February 2020 : Brienne is now in the outside nursery pool for her next stage of rehabilitation and to learn how to compete for fish during feeding time with other rescued seal pups.

Flipper tag ID number is SL140 (yellow).
Update - 23rd February 2020 : Brienne is in nursery pool 4 with other rescued seal pups, Eliza Doolittle and Paddington Bear.

This photo of Brienne was taken on 21st February 2020, click here to see a larger version of this image.
Brienne of Tarth
Seal Release - Photo Credit - Denise Gent - BDMLR Update - 6th March 2020 : Brienne along with Father Christmas, Hannibal, Mrs Claus, Primrose, Mawgan and Mog, have completed their rehabilitation and were released back into the wild on 3rd March 2020 at Dollar Cove.

Photo Credit : Denise Gent (BDMLR)

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