Marine Mammal Stranding Center rescues first seal of 2015 in Point Beach

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Less than a week into 2015, a Jersey Shore marine mammal rehabilitation center has its first guest of the year. 
The newest resident at the Marine Mammal Stranding Center (MMSC), a Brigantine-based nonprofit organization, is a 37.4 pound, 36.5 inch male harbor seal pup that recently stranded in Point Pleasant Beach, according to a tweet from the center. 
The pup is suffering from a respiratory infection and shark bite, the tweet said. 
Jerry Meaney, a MMSC volunteer and

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