John Yeadon, Skegness, Lincolnshire, 23 years
No dark trusting eyes greeted marine expert John Yeadon yesterday. The sea-water sanctuary where baby seals should be splashing is still and empty. Every stray pup found on holiday beaches and brought in for his loving care has died. It is the first time such total disaster has hit John in the 23 years he has run the sanctuary at Skegness, Lincolnshire. And the reason, he fears is that a killer virus which has already wiped out 20 per cent of the common seal population in the North and Baltic seas has reached these shores. August 1988
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