The dangers of swimming with seals
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St Ives harbour master warns about swimming with seals.

Tourists in Cornwall are being warned against swimming with the seals popping up along the coast of St Ives.

The harbour master Steve Bassett has put up warning signs around the harbour at the tourist hotspot.

He told The World at One's Martha Kearney that seal bites are "really infectious" and "a child could lose an arm".

  • 09 Aug 2016
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