News Update December 2011
Sightseers flocked to beach!
Sightseers flocked to
Hunstanton on Christmas Eve to see the body of a sperm whale which was washed up on a beach in Norfolk.
Sperm Whale
Our Aquarist Hollie (Doris) Stallworthy believes the whale died of natural causes.    Click here or on above photo to watch Doris being interviewed on the local BBC news.
Rescued Seal Pups
Cliff was a rescued seal pup from Winterton Ness earlier this month, he was picked up by a local privately owned seal hospital in Norfolk, we received a call from the hospital asking for help due to the recent tidal Cliff
surge where pups were scattered away from their mums.
We assumed that Cliff was one of those washed away
from its mum.
The right photo of Snowball was taken on 18th December 2011 in the hospital´s weaning pool.
He currently weighs
37 kilos.
In the next couple of weeks will be moved to the outside resident seal pool
Snowball
to learn how to compete for his fish before Snowball is returned to the wild.
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