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The 5ft (1.2m) long male suffered a head injury and had discharge from his nose, the RSPCA said
St Helens news link
Once fully recovered it is hoped to release the seal back into its natural habitat.
Experts believe the seal may have arrived at the site via Sankey Brook. The rescue operation took four hours in total.
Experts believe the seal may have arrived at the site via Sankey Brook. "You can see where he has come up from the brook but we have got no idea which direction he has come from."
originally posted by: FawnyKate
Well this thread brought all the Scousers and Woollybacks out of the woodwork.
I'm guessing the animal got past the locks by following a boat.
And what a waste of Police resources! Why on earth would it take that many police to secure a seal?
And before anyone starts, Calm down calm down !