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Seal spotted swimming in Dover harbour on Bank Holiday Monday

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It wasn’t just hordes of holidaymakers enjoying the blissful Bank Holiday weather today.

A seal was spotted among the crowds bobbing about at Dover harbour.

BBC news reporter Simon Jones posted the early afternoon sighting on Twitter.

Like hundreds flocking to the coast today, it may just be after a cooling afternoon dip.

In another Kent town, a seal has become something of a tourist attraction after first being spotted in April.

A roped cordon is in place behind Lockmeadow in Maidstone to protect Bradley the seal
A roped cordon is in place behind Lockmeadow in Maidstone to protect Bradley the seal

Bradley, as the marine mammal has been called despite subsequently being identified as female, even has her own roped off area along the River Medway at Maidstone.

NB: Cover image is a stock picture. If you have any of the swimming seal from today, please feel free to send to KentOnline via Facebook, Twitter or email multimedianews@thekmgroup.co.uk.

Escaped animals, unusual finds and news from the RSPCA can all be found here.

Read more: All the latest news from Dover.

Animals Dover Kent Denise Eaton





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