Thursday, 28 August 2008

wildlife story

Sahara the arctic hooded seal made news after being rescued twice when being in warm waters in morocco and then the Mediterranean he was flown to the seal sanctuary at gweek to recover he was then released again in orkney only to swim south instead of going to greenland so now he lives at gweek. They have now put in his pool an ice making machine which provides him with 1/2 ton of ice a day, apparently he did not like it at first but is slowly adjusting to his colder environment to read more go to the national seal sanctuary website.

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