UK’s Best Wildlife – Wales | Dolphins, Puffins & Seals | Skomer Island UK Road Trip Travel Vlog 21

UK’s Best Wildlife – Wales | Dolphins, Puffins & Seals | Skomer Island UK Road Trip Travel Vlog 21

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Skomer island has to be home to the UK’s best wildlife. It’s an island off Pembrokeshire in Wales and has an array of wildlife like wild puffins, wild dolphins, wild seals and razorbills. The island is important for wildlife conversation and only a maximum of 250 a day can visit.

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