Cary was rescued on 20th November 2017
Cary, 6 weeks old male seal pup, was rescued on 20th November 2017 from Pendeen.

The pup arrived at the seal hospital weighing 13.5kgs. Quite lethargic and malnourished. Hopefully Cary will be feeling better soon and start to become more lively and active.

Update - 7th December 2017 : Cary has been moved down to the outside nursery pools where he will gain weight and learn to compete for fish with the other seals during feeding time.
Cary
Cary Update - 1st January 2018 : Cary is currently in the convalescent pool for his final stage of rehabilitation before he is released back into the wild soon.

Cary´s flipper ID tag number is 329 (green).

Click here to see a larger version of this photo was taken on 27th December 2017.

Update - 10th February 2018 : Cary along with Ross, George, Emma, Poldark, Margaret and Jeremy were released back to the wild on 5th February 2018 at Gunwalloe.
Update - 26th December 2021 : Cary has been spotted at seal colonies along the coasts of Cornwall on 9th January 2020, 4th, 6th, 8th, 12th & 17th February 2020, 2nd March 2020,
4th, 7th & 22nd October 2020, 10th & 23rd November 2020, 10th December 2020, 4th, 15th & 27th January 2021, 21st February 2021, 11th March 2021, 1st September 2021, 29th October 2021, 1st, 14th, 15th & 29th November 2021, 6th, 11th, 14th, 16th, 23rd & 26th December 2021 by the Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust (CSGRT).

Photo Credit : Kerstin Hartmann - CSGRT - 21st February 2021
Cary - Photo credit Kerstin Hartmann
Members of the CSGRT volunteer hundreds of hours of their own time to photo, identify, carry out surveys, monitor and watch over the seals around the Cornish coast.

Each seal´s fur pattern is unique and enables the CSGRT volunteers track them for life. Seals face many challenges, yet we all depend on them to balance our marine ecosystem, this is essential to make the oxygen we breathe. Seals are our globally rare wildlife tourist attraction, helping diversify coastal economic prosperity.

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