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Helping hands for stranded seal

Local residents concerned for the wellbeing of a seal on a Seaview beach called for help Friday afternoon. The animal appeared to be stranded and had not moved from the same place for two days. Conservation officers arrived Friday afternoon and decided the best course of action would be to release the seal back into deeper water, but if it returned to shore, the plan was to take it to the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown. -Jim Knight photo
Local residents concerned for the wellbeing of a seal on a Seaview beach called for help Friday afternoon. The animal appeared to be stranded and had not moved from the same place for two days. Conservation officers arrived Friday afternoon and decided the best course of action would be to release the seal back into deeper water, but if it returned to shore, the plan was to take it to the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown. -Jim Knight photo - Submitted

Local residents concerned for the wellbeing of a seal on a Seaview beach called for help Friday afternoon. The animal appeared to be stranded and had not moved from the same place for two days. Conservation officers arrived Friday afternoon and decided the best course of action would be to release the seal back into deeper water, but if it returned to shore, the plan was to take it to the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown.

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