Employees of the Japanese city of Fujisawa oceanarium, west of Tokyo, rescued baby seal beached after typhoon "Guchol" struck on the eve of the Japanese archipelago, television channel NHK.
Mammal is about a meter long and weighing about 30 kilograms was immediately referred to specialists. According to them, the age of the baby from one to three years.
When viewed from the animal, it was found that a damaged jaw, which means that it is not able to independently produce their own food in the wild.
Now baby seal feels good, moderately powered and has already mastered the local swimming pool, aquarium staff say. His fate is unknown. It is likely that he will be allowed to return to its natural habitat, once fully restored.
But the main mystery for the aquarium staff is an issue, as it is a mammal that lives in the cold waters off the coast was near the Japanese capital.
Typhoon number four, called "Guchol" began to move in over the weekend from the islands of Okinawa and Kyushu toward the main island of Honshu at a speed of 55 kilometers per hour. The pressure at the center of the typhoon was 985 hPa, and the wind speed was 190 kilometers per hour. As a result of the typhoon in some areas have gone landslides were powered down more than 150 million homes. One person was killed and about 45 injured.
Currently, the typhoon left the main Japanese island of Honshu, and continues to move in the north-east at a speed of about 35 kilometers per hour.