She-Ra was rescued on 11th January 2015
She-Ra, 12 weeks old female grey seal pup, was rescued from the beach at Gwithian on 11th January 2015 by members of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) team.

She was found to have a large wound on the fifth digit on her right rear flipper which was swollen. She-Ra had discharge from her nose and a high temperature. The pup weighed 22kgs.
Feeding time in the convalescent pool
Update - 23rd January 2015 : She-Ra is looking bright and her wounds are healing well. She is now in the outside nursery pool number 3 for her next stage of rehabilitation. Her flipper tag number is 072 (yellow).
She-Ra in the wild in April 2015 Update - 10th April 2015 : She-Ra was released back into the wild along with Stardust, Iceman, Felix, Mystique, Batman and Echo on 8th April 2015 at Gwithian.

Update - 7th May 2015 : She-Ra was spotted in the wild on 14th April 2015 after being released back to the wild at a local seal colony along the coast of Cornwall.

Photo left by Sue Sayer of the Cornwall Seal Group. Click here to see a larger version of this photo.

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