Seal super splash
A common grey seal swimming in the waves
Seals are found all around the coastline of the British Isles, The highest populations are found around Scotland and along the eastern coast of England.
They can also be found throughout the colder waters of Northern Europe.
Non-migratory animals which spend their lives close to the shore, rarely venturing more than a few miles out to sea.
Seals live in large groups and can make their home on a variety of different shorelines
What they eat
feed on fish, but also eat squids, whelks, crabs and mussels.
The young are born during the summer.