A seal pup rescued by the RSPCA in West Wales has been returned to the wild after two-months of rehabilitation.
RSPCA released the footage after a 'unprecedented' summer of seal rescues in the area.
He was found at Quay Parade in Aberaeron in early August, injured, underweight and stranded away from the water, and taken into care at a wildlife facility.
The release took place on a beach adjacent to the RNLI's Horton and Port Eynon Lifeboat Station, in the Gower.
RSPCA Cymru said it has been dealing with a 'very challenging' period, with dozens of seal pups brought into the charity's care in need of support, in the aftermath of the recent Ophelia and Brian storms.
RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Ellie West said:
ACO West noted that this pup’s rescue was part of a period of an 'unprecedented' focus on seal rescues in the region.