This is Scar, a young grey seal of 2 months old when he was found on the beach of the Dutch Wadden island Schiermonnikoog. He was found, entangled in fishing nets on  by Teun Talsma from the Seal Rescue Team and brought to the Sealcentre in Pieterburen. Scar was very lucky because his wounds were not deep. But if he hadn't been found he would not have survived this.

Now he is staying at the Sealcentre where he can recover. He will be taken care of until he can be released into his natural habitat again. Will you support Scar? Please donate a portion fish for him so he can get well soon. On behalf of Scar: thank you!

 

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You can also adopt Scar! Then you will then receive an adoption certificate with a photo and information about Scar sent home. One adoption will feed Scar for a week!

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Scar updates

Not looking good

Not looking good

Wednesday, February 12th 2020

The new X-rays have been made and have been forwarded to experienced radiologists for their expert judgment. Because Scar is still not using his front flap properly and the veterinarians have discovered signs of bone inflammation

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New X-rays coming up

New X-rays coming up

Wednesday, February 12th 2020

Scar is not moving his front flipper properly yet and it has been decided that new X-rays will be made on Monday. There was nothing to be seen on the previous photos and hopefully new photos can provide more clarity this time.

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What's up?

What's up?

Maandag, 3 februari 2020

After the first few days Scar has recovered well from the entanglement, which didn’t make deep wounds but now he doesn't want to use his left front flipper and that worries us because usualy means the flipper is painful.

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Entangled!

Entangled!

Friday, January 31st 2020

This young grey seal was found on Schiermonnikoog by EHBZ-er Teun Talsma. He became entangled, possibly in the lines of a standing wall net and could be that in his attempts to come loose he became even more entangled.

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