The Cornish Seal Sanctuary at Gweek has come to the rescue of seal pups in difficulties this year. Most of them are undernourished because they're finding it so hard to get food in the stormy seas. Others have been damaged.
Here's a video of some of the seals being looked after at the sanctuary.
To find out more about the sanctuary's work, click here.
Dan Jarvis from the Cornish Seal Sanctuary at Gweek says the rescue centre has been inundated with malnourished seal pups since the storms began before Christmas.
They've come from all over Cornwall, and even Plymouth in the past few weeks but the message is, if you see a seal in trouble, stay clear and contact the sanctuary. It may be, they just need time to recover before heading back to the sea.
An overweight seal at an animal sanctuary in Cornwall has been put on a strict diet after ballooning in size.
Staff at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Gweek were shocked to find the seal's weight had crept up to a whopping 50 stone!
Yule Log is now living on smaller rations but he's not happy about it, as Naomi Lloyd reports:
An overweight seal named Yule Log has been put on a strict diet at a Cornish animal rescue centre.
Staff at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Gweek were shocked to find he had ballooned to a whopping 50 stone.
Yule Log is now living on smaller rations but he is not happy about it.