Yulelogs, Resident Grey Seal
Yulelogs YULELOGS, a male grey seal, was originally rescued, as a pup in 1989, by a marine park in the North of England.

For unknown reasons they decided to keep him on in their Grey Seal exhibit. Unfortunately, four years later, they closed the exhibit to make it into something else and released Yulelogs out into the wild.

After such a long time in captivity, from a very young age, Yulelogs had no idea how to feed himself.
Three months later he was rescued by the RSPCA weighing only 60kg and they asked the Seal Sanctuary if they would provide a permanent home for him.

He is one of the most enthusiastic and energetic of all the seals especially when it comes to the environmental enrichment programme.

The Animal Care Team always have to think up new things to keep Yulelogs entertained!
Yulelogs Click here to see a selection of photos of Yulelogs via our flickr account.

You can help support the work of The Cornish Seal Sanctuary as they care for their Residents and Rescued Seal Pups by joining the new Adoption Scheme.

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Each Adoption makes a valuable contribution to the seal rescue programme, allowing the Sanctuary to provide continuing care for those seals and other marine mammals around our coasts that need our help and to look after those that are unable to be released back into the wild.
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