Investigating Seal Behaviour after Attack on Swimmer

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Seals are a common feature at the Cape’s coastal spots. From the V&A Waterfront to the docks at Hout Bay, you’ll find them sunning themselves in the buffer tyres or on the jetty.

But now they have a bad reputation after a teenager was bitten while reportedly trying to pat it in the surf at Strand Beach. Was the seal defending itself against a perceived attack?

Guest: Renee Leeuwner, Communications Manager – Two Oceans Aquarium


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