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The UK's first known pair of twin grey seals born in the wild have been returned to the North Sea after being rescued in Norfolk.
The seals called R2-D2 and C-3PO were abandoned by their mother when they were three weeks old. Most seals only give birth to a single pup.
They have been cared for by the RSPCA for four months before being released back into the wild at Horsey north of Great Yarmouth.
Click below to watch the video of the twin seals getting into the North Sea for the first time
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The country's first known set of twin grey seals have swum in the sea for the first time after being released from RSPCA care