Two penguins have arrived at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary after a wildlife centre on the Isle of White closed after 44 years.
Waddles and Godfrey are the seventh and eighth members of the Cornish colony and the animal keepers say they're settling in well:
A 'randy' seal has been sent to an all-girls enclosure after she kept getting pregnant - even to infertile males.
Sija, came to Cornwall Seal Sanctuary from Belgium, and soon mated with an ageing male, Babyface, thought to be infertile. The common seal was put on the contraceptive pill by keepers in Gweek, Cornwall, but she became pregnant with a second pup.
Following the birth, a decision was made to send Sija to Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park, where there are no male seals. She has been joined at the sanctuary by her visually impaired surrogate mother Luna.
The wildlife teams said they plan to give the seals "lots of extra love" to "keep them occupied"