Cape Town 'Flubbagasted' at Seal's Freeway Stroll

Cape Town Councillor Angus McKenzie shared a video in which a seal can be seen on a busy road during peak traffic. He captioned it: "A seal making his way to Bonteheuwel swimming baths." It's a two-hour, 30-minute walk from the closest beach to Bonteheuwel.

The Cape of Good Hope Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says it got the animal safely into a crate before a quick health assessment. The seal was then taken to the nearest quiet beach where she swam out to sea. The SPCA speculates that the seal may have swum into a canal and was then washed inland.

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  • 21 December 2022

    Seal Takes a Stroll Down Cape Town Freeway

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    Cape Town Councillor for an area called Bonteheuwel Angus McKenzie shared this video in which a seal can be seen on the busy road during peak traffic ... see more »

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