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On Friday, a harp seal pup washed ashore with a small plastic film in its gut, a rare case because seals generally don’t mistake plastic for food.
According to Provazza, harp seals are solitary animals, though they are often seen in groups.
Nearly 1,000 onlookers braved the cold Sunday evening to gather on Hampton Beach and watch as a young harp seal named Merrimack — Mack for short — was returned to the ocean after a month of treatment.
Along with gray and harbor seals, the mix includes occasional harp seals and hooded seals.
Canada’s is the world's largest marine mammal hunt, with some 350,000 harp seals taken each year.
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