Two Sanctuary Seals Catch Up on FaceTime After Being Separated For Illicit Romance

A couple of seals named Sija and Babyface who were separated after managing to mate despite all odds were recently reunited on an iPad.

Two harbor seals in England who were separated after illicitly mating at their sanctuary got a brief reunion recently with the help of an iPad.

Sija, the female, and her paramour Babyface met face to face for the first time since the summer via FaceTime and their keepers said the results couldn't have been more positive.

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"This is the first time we've done anything like this," curator Fiona Smith at Sea Life Adventure Park in Weymouth said in a YouTube video about the pair.

Sija had previously lived alongside Babyface 160 miles away from Weymouth at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary.

The two were allowed to live together despite a ban on mating because Babyface--who is 37 and has just one eye--was believed to be too old to sire children.

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After the pair managed to have a pup together, Sija was put on birth control.

Despite slim odds, Sija managed to get pregnent with a pup with Babyface yet again. That's when officials chose to separate the two.

Sija now lives with only female seals. Officials weren't sure whether she and Babyface will ever meet in the flesh again.

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