Bullseye rescued on 22nd January 2011
Bullseye was rescued from Godrevy on 22nd January 2011, he was picked up by members of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue team (BDMLR) and transferred to the sanctuary and into the hospital's isolation pen.

The Animal Care Team carried out a clinical assessment of Bullseye and found to weigh
15 kilos and he was around 6 weeks old. He was malnourished with cuts to rear flippers and a positive stain to his left eye and a course of antibiotics was started including
a course of eye drops.
Bullseye - photo by Simon Bone Update: 4th February 2011 - Bullseye has now been moved through to the main hospital and is self feeding on fish, he just needs to put on a little more weight before being moved outside to the nursery pools. His flipper tag number is 34 (white).

Update: 4th March 2011 - Bullseye has now been moved from the pup rehabilitation pool to nursery pool 2 with Flo to learn to compete for fish.

Photo left of Bullseye was taken by Simon Bone on 23rd February 2011.
Update: 30th May 2011 - Bulleyes along with Manny, Lightning McQueen and Gruffalo were released back into the wild
at Gwithian on 16th May 2011.
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