Iggy was rescued on 19th January 2013
Gender : Male

Location of Rescue : Port Gaverne near Port Issac

Age at Rescue : 5 weeks

Weight at Rescue : 16kgs

Reason for Rescue : Pup was found dehydrated, malnourished, seal pox and eye infection
Update - 10th February 2013 : Iggy is currently in the hospital but will be moved to the outside pool in the next few weeks. The pox which is a type of disease, often caused by an animal virus, has now cleared up.

Update - 23rd February 2013 : Iggy has finished his treatment and will be moved to the outdoor pools shortly.     His flipper tag number is 129 (red).
Photo of Iggy Update - 12th March 2013 : Iggy has now been moved to the outdoor pools for his next stage of rehabilitation and to learn how to compete for fish with the other seals.

Update - 1st May 2013 : Photo left of Iggy was taken on 27th April 2013 in convalescence pool.
He currently weighs 24kgs.

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Update - 5th June 2013 : Iggy was moved into the nursery pools along with Celine, Frank and Adele.

They were all weighed on the 3rd of June 2013 and are ready to be released back into the wild within the next 2 - 3 weeks.
Photo of Iggy

Seal Release Update - 20th June 2013 : Iggy was returned to the wild on 18th June 2013 along with Celine and Adele at Gwithian.

Click here to see a selection of photos taken by
Jessica Hirons.

Photo left was taken by Jessica Hirons.

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