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Rescued seals released into wild

One of the rescued seal pups
The seals have been rescued from around the country

Five seals rescued from around the country will be released back into the sea in Lincolnshire by the RSPCA.

The common seals, who have all been given names, have been rehabilited at the RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre in Norfolk, since July and August 2008.

Mr Messy was rescued from Sutton Bridge, Mr Bounce from Essex, Mr Rude from Whitby, Mr Uppity from Seaton Carew and Mr Dizzy from Whitley Bay.

The healthy seals will be released at Sutton Bridge near Spalding on Monday.

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