PRESS RELEASES FOR 2015



Beach Cleaners Bag 36 Kilos in 45 Minutes!BEACH CLEANERS BAG 36 KILOS IN 45 MINUTES!
Hunstanton Primary School children and staff from the resort's Sea Life Centre removed 36 kilos of rubbish from Old Hunstanton beach in just 45 minutes.
Seal That Lost an Eye Leads Return to the WildSEAL THAT LOST AN EYE LEADS RETURN TO THE WILD
A grey seal which had to have an eye removed is leading the charge back to the wild for a record haul of casualties at Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary.
Who's the Daddy?WHO´S THE DADDY
A cute baby seal pup born unexpectedly at a Norfolk sanctuary could be the product of a holiday romance.
press release from the Scarborough SEA LIFE SanctuaryWHO´S THE DADDY (press release from the Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary)
The faces of five male seals in Scarborough are being examined for guilty expressions...following news of a surprise birth.
The Seahorse Nursery Nurse!THE SEAHORSE NURSERY NURSE!
Aquarist Natalie Emmerson has been entrusted with a very special job...nurse to a fast-growing litter of baby seahorses.
Athena Goes Free After Record RecoveryATHENA GOES FREE AFTER RECORD RECOVERY
Athena the grey seal pup has broken all previous recovery records at Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary and returned to the wild after only six weeks.
Sanctuary Rescues Three Seal Pups from Same Beach In Same Week!SANCTUARY RESCUES THREE SEAL PUPS
FROM SAME BEACH IN SAME WEEK!

Animal care staff are nursing three grey seal pups rescued within days of each other from the same Norfolk beach.




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