Translated from the Leeuwarder Courant in the Netherlands:
GRIEND – Just like last year around this time, recently on Griend island six grey seals were born. With their mothers and three males, they lay on the beach of the uninhabited Wadden Sea island, south-west of Terschelling.
The pups cannot swim yet. They have been discovered by volunteers of Natuurmonumenten. This organisation has been managing Griend for nearly a century. Last year was the first time ever that grey seals on the island reproduced. Then, it was six pups as well.