So how do you think the experts at the museum saved the Grey Seal?
Well, as soon as staff discovered that the taxidermy (stuffed) seal had become infested with beetles and moths, they had to act quickly.
The seal was removed from display and taken to a large walk-in freezer that is part of the museum.
It was then frozen for 10 days at minus 40 degrees centigrade.
This was to kill all the insects that had infected the seal. Museum staff didn't want to use chemical sprays because they could harm the seal exhibit in the long term.