Bradley Grouper was released after 157 days in our care.
Bradley Grouper was released with a satellite tag. You can open the tracking map to track their movements.
You can see the list of all animals released at this release in the release record.
Species: Harbour Seal
Patient ID: PV1997
Admitted on: 2019/08/19
Collection Site: Stanley Park
Reason for Admission: Marine mammal disturbance; Underweight; Dehydrated
Weight at Admission: 8.6 kg
Patient Status: released
Time in Care: 157 days (5 months, 4 days)
Received from: (Direct to MMR)
Mode of Transport: MMR Ambulance
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Bradley eats fish on his own now, but his technique still needs a bit of work.
Bradley is still in fish school and will hopefully soon make it to the next step, a training pool. For now, though, he seems to be very comfortable...
Bradley is described as a "rolly" seal, meaning that he likes to roll on his back when being fed his milk matrix. Practicum students and volunteers aren't too impressed when he does that. It makes every feed quite the challenge!