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Harbor Seal, Hastings: Rescued, Rehabilitated & Released

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Uploaded on May 18, 2010

This juvenile male harbor seal was stranded along the Atlantic coast of Maryland, in the town of Ocean City, on January 15, 2010. The Aquarium's Marine Animal Rescue Program (MARP) responded, and the seal was admitted to the National Aquarium for rehabilitation. The seal, called Hastings, was treated with antibiotics for several weeks, and his wound was treated every three days for two weeks. On May 13, a healthy Hastings was returned to Ocean City for release back to his natural environment.

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