For two seals, it's time to say goodbye

Several hundred spectators gather Tuesday on Charlestown Breachway State Park beach to watch as the stranding team from the Mystic Aquarium releases two juvenile harbor seals; Brunswick, front, and Hershey. The two young seals came to Mystic after being rescued in Maine and undergoing initial rehabilitation at the University of New England's Marine Animal Rehabilitation Center in Biddeford, Maine, this spring .
Several hundred spectators gather Tuesday on Charlestown Breachway State Park beach to watch as the stranding team from the Mystic Aquarium releases two juvenile harbor seals; Brunswick, front, and Hershey. The two young seals came to Mystic after being rescued in Maine and undergoing initial rehabilitation at the University of New England's Marine Animal Rehabilitation Center in Biddeford, Maine, this spring . Sean D. Elliot/The Day
Brunswick, one of two juvenile harbor seals set to be released by the stranding team from the Mystic Aquarium at the Charlestown Breachway State Park beach, looks out of the crate Tuesday at the crowd of several hundred gathered for his release.
Brunswick, one of two juvenile harbor seals set to be released by the stranding team from the Mystic Aquarium at the Charlestown Breachway State Park beach, looks out of the crate Tuesday at the crowd of several hundred gathered for his release. Sean D. Elliot/The Day
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