Nose of seal present in the area for 30 minutes
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Looks right to me. There was a long-running discussion on seals on iSpot here - http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/18448, your observation looks very similar
You are right, this is a common (or harbour) seal. There is a clear distinction between the forehead and the muzzle. If it were a grey seal the forehead would slope down to the tip of the muzzle; the classic Roman nose shape.
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Lat/Lng: 54.6, -5.8
OS grid ref: NW5937