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Rescued seals released into sea at Penrhyn Bay

15 April 2014 Last updated at 19:40 BST

Four seals rescued as young cubs have been released back into the sea after a winter being nursed back to health.

Keepers at Colwyn Bay Welsh Mountain Zoo set the animals free at Penrhyn Bay, and the seals will now be expected to fend for themselves in the wild.

Here, head zoo keeper Peter Litherland explains more about the rescue and release process to BBC Wales reporter Chris Dearden.

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