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24th October 2019

Flowerpot – the 51st necklaced seal

Flowerpot was caught on Horsey beach with a large plastic object around her neck. The RSPCA worked with pliers to remove the object. She will need antibiotics and daily treatment to help her injuries heal.

This is now the 51st necklaced seal that has been treated by the RSPCA.

More information on the link below from ITV news Anglia.

https://www.itv.com/news/anglia/2019-10-24/seal-with-plastic-trapped-around-her-neck-rescued-from-norfolk-beach/



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