Born just three days apart, they are just around the corner after just over 11 months in their mother's womb. The two cubs are each about 50cm long and weigh between 4 and 6kg. The birth took place on the beach at Seal Basin and did not require the assistance of our caretakers.
Until the end of the season, our young seals will be nursed by their mothers. Little by little, they will begin their new piscivorous diet consisting of whiting, herring, capelin and other fish that our seals love.
Girls or boys?
That's the question everyone asks... But so far, our keepers have not yet been able to determine the sex of our baby seals. We can't wait to find out so we can give them their cute names. In the meantime, we are launching the predictions...
For the moment, for our greatest happiness the whole family is doing well which delights dad Homer!
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Amana, our little dog from the bushes, was finally able to be transferred for May 25, 2022 to the Criadouro OnçaPintada park in Brazil.
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Banania, a Grévy zebra that stayed at PAL, was sent to the Netherlands as part of the European Breeding Program (EEP).