Baby Seal Released Back Into The Wild (VIDEO)

A video released on May 5, 2011 by the Island Wildlife Natural Care Centre in British Columbia, Canada, shows a baby Northern Fur Seal returning to the wild. Discovered starving, the lucky pup was nursed back to health and then released.

Get your “d’awww” face on, and watch below:

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It’s a happy ending for this adorable little guy, but other baby seals are not so lucky.

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Photo credit: Alan Vernon


William C
William C4 months ago


W. C
W. C4 months ago

Thank you.

Isabelle Michaux
Isabelle Moore6 years ago

Sooo cute! Seals belongs to the ocean, it is their home. This little pup ran to it without looking backward! :) I wish we could do the same with all the ones that are kept in captivity.

mary l.
mary l6 years ago

they are so cute

Lori Ann Hone
Lori Hone6 years ago

I will never understand how anyone could hurt such a cute animal, let alone kill them. What a great story.

Cath Bono
Kate A6 years ago

Baby Seals are so adorable, great job, and good luck

Diana P.
Diana P6 years ago

Thank you for sharing this wonderful moment for this precious animal.

Mary K.
Mary Kelly6 years ago

Beautiful video - good luck to the little guy!

Anna Borsey
Anna Borsey6 years ago

I see. I have just looked at the profile of "Emily S." and it is completely blank, except for the following information:

Commerce, MI, USA
male, age 31
Joined May 13, 2011

Yet another "troll" who has just joined Care2 merely in order to make these fatuous and deliberately inflammatory comments.


Anna Borsey
Anna Borsey6 years ago

Yes. I sincerely hope that none of the cruel, callous Canadian seal hunters murder him, though! Sigh . . .

@ Emily S. - Are you being deliberately stupid? If a wild animal is killed and eaten by another wild animal, that is natural and it would be stupid to try to prevent this state of affairs. However, when humans slaughter animals, that is another issue entirely! The annual seal hunt can in NO WAY be compared to polar bears or sharks killing and eating seals. There is NO NEED for us humans to murder seals - or any other animal, for that matter!