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Orphaned Harbor Seals at PAWS Wildlife Center

Both of these Harbor Seal pups were brought to PAWS after they were found on a log raft that had been towed into Tacoma’s Commencement Bay behind a tug boat on July 21.

The tug had hauled the raft quite a distance so the pups had been separated from their mothers. They are doing well in PAWS’ care.


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