Our Seals

Welcome to the Resident Common Seals (also known as Harbour Seals) enclosure, where you can view Amber, Sally, Tyne and Miley exploring, playing and feeding, through a large underwater viewing window and from above without disturbing them.
Amber, a resident seal Sally, a resident seal Tyne, a resident seal Miley, a resident seal

Lora, Macey and Pippa have found temporary home at Hunstanton SEA LIFE, after being moved from the Oban SEA LIFE Centre which was closed on 31st October 2018.
Lora, temporary home for resident seal Macey, temporary home for resident seal Pippa, temporary home for resident seal
The Common Seals are smaller than Grey Seals and their coats are more extensively spotted. Their facial features are also different, with snub noses and nostrils that form a "V" shape. Common Seals prefer hauling out on sand banks and gently shelving rocky, shingle or sandy beaches.
Common Seals The Common Seals are found on both sides of the North Atlantic and on the Eastern seaboard of the North Pacific. Common Seals
The British population is distributed mainly in the Wash, the major Scottish estuaries, the Scottish islands and West Coast, and the West Coast of Ireland. Occasionally they are found off the Cornish coast. Click here to find out more about Common Seals.
We must not forget Pendle, Silver, Tornado and Stevie who used to be Residents at the Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary.

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