Nebula was rescued on 16th November 2013
Gender : Male

Location of Rescue : Godrevy

Age at Rescue : 2 weeks old (partly moulted whitecoat)

Reason for rescue : Underweight with some minor puncture wounds.

The seal pup was taken to the British Divers Marine Life Rescue´s (BDMLR) temporary seal holding facility until a pen was available in the hospital at Gweek. The pup has been named Nebula.
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Nebula Update - 22nd November 2013 : Nebula was moved to Gweek on 20th November 2013. This pup is very feisty and is already beginning to eat for himself. He is currently in hospital pen number 2.

Update - 2nd December 2013 : This photo (left) of Nebula was taken on 30th November 2013 in the hospital. He currently weighs 16kgs.

Click here to see a larger version of this photo.
Update - 8th December 2013 : Nebula has been moved to the outside nursery pool number 4. He is eating really well, but will need to put on a bit more weight before moving to the convalescence pool.

Update - 29th December 2013 : Nebula is currently in the nursery pool number 3, flipper tag number is 189 (orange).

Click here to see a further photo of Nebula taken on 28th December 2013.
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Convalescent pool Update - 20th January 2014 : Nebula is in the convalescent pool to learn how to compete for his fish with the other seals during feeding time.

Update - 25th February 2014 : Nebula is still in the convalescent pool and putting on lots of weight.
Update - 14th April 2014 : Click here to see a larger version of this photo of Nebula taken on 12th April 2014 in the convalescent pool. Nebula
Seal Release on 15th May 2014 Update - 17th May 2014 : Nebula along with Titan, Atlantis, Hubble, Cassiopeia, Pandora and Skipper were released back into the wild on 15th May 2014 at Gwithian.

Click here to see a selection of amazing photos taken by Photographer Simon Bone of the seal release.

Each pup at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary can cost up to £1,000+ to rescue, rehabilitate and release, if you would like to help by adopting a pup (Adoption £25 each pup) or make a donation towards a pup´s rehabilitation,
please click here for more details.


The staff at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary do a brilliant job and without your help, they couldn´t continue.

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