A two metre long grey seal, female juvenile, flaps her way through the crowds slapping her fins on the ground and nuzzling up to people and dogs as if they are part of a large seal colony. She can move surprisingly fast considering the blubber and emits excited snorts and seal spits of salt water! People love her.....dogs are very unsure!
Salana , the young grey seal is accompanied by Marina Mudflat the marine biologist whose book "Ameobic Plankgton of The Hebridean Straites", you must have read!
The Seal can also be accompanied by a mythological story teller telling the ancient tale of Seal Maiden folk law or by a circus seal trainer with balancing ball and fish.
The Seal is driven by a disability mobility engine hidden beneath the blubber.