United Kingdom: Video: Seal who swam 50 miles along flooded river set to draw crowds

Independent: A seal believed to have swum more than 50 miles (80km) along a flooded river to a nature reserve is expected to become a visitor attraction. The mammal, thought to be a common seal, has become a YouTube star after being filmed hopping into a lake at the Fen Drayton Lakes Reserve in Swavesey, Cambridgeshire. It is believed to have made its way up the River Ouse from King's Lynn in Norfolk aided by floodwater. Graham Elliott, of the RSPB, said the sighting was "surprising". The seal has......

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