Clarence Worley was rescued on 17th December 2011
On the 17th December 2011 we received a call about a pup at Mothers Ivy near Padstow. Members of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue team (BDMLR) were asked to assess the pup´s condition and see if it needed our help.

The pup did need to be brought in and at the Sanctuary a full clinical assessment was carried out, the pup a little boy was around 10 weeks old malnourished weighing just 18kg with numerous puncture wounds to flippers and body, also dehydrated and exhausted. This pup has been named Worley.
Clarence Worley
Clarence Worley on 28th December 2011 Update: 25th December 2011 - Worley is an aggressive pup and on the 24th December was moved out to the nursery pools.

Update: 1st January 2012 - Photo left of Clarence Worley was taken in the nursery pool on 28th December 2011.     Click here to see further photos.
Her flipper tag number is 29 (green).

Update: 6th April 2012 - Worley was returned to the wild on 26th March 2012 at Porthtowan.

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