A seal pup, picked up in the Wirral by the British Divers Marine Life Rescue, has been brought to Tynemouth's Blue Reef Aquarium for assessment and treatment.
She has been given the name 'Celine' and the team are confident that her 'heart will go on'.
Grey seals give birth between September and December and can be spotted all around the coast of the UK; young pups can be identified by their white fur.
Occasionally one of these pups will run into trouble, or become separated from their mother.
On arrival, Celine was given a thorough check up by the team of Blue Reef staff and volunteers from BDMLR.
She had no major injuries, however was showing the signs of hypothermia.