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WOW!

Many members of the ray family produce eggs in an oblong case which is known as a "mermaid's purse" - you can sometimes find this washed up on beaches.

Ever feed a ray?

Have a memorable experience feeding our rays. You will be amazed how friendly they are.

Additional charge. Daily quantity available will depend on the rays recommended diet.

Undulate Rays

Open your eyes!

Undulate rays are camouflage experts and you will find them buried in the shells.

WOW!

Many members of the ray family produce eggs in an oblong case which is known as a "mermaid's purse" - you can sometimes find this washed up on beaches.

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WOW!

Many members of the ray family produce eggs in an oblong case which is known as a "mermaid's purse" - you can sometimes find this washed up on beaches.

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Ever feed a ray?

Have a memorable experience feeding our rays. You will be amazed how friendly they are.

Additional charge. Daily quantity available will depend on the rays recommended diet.

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Ever feed a ray?

Have a memorable experience feeding our rays. You will be amazed how friendly they are.

Additional charge. Daily quantity available will depend on the rays recommended diet.

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Undulate Rays

Open your eyes!

Undulate rays are camouflage experts and you will find them buried in the shells.

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Undulate Rays

Open your eyes!

Undulate rays are camouflage experts and you will find them buried in the shells.

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Nursery

Wet hands!

Find out how it feels to touch a starfish, hermit crab and other creatures living in our interactive rockpool experience.

Starfish

MORE ARMS

If a starfish loses an arm, it can grow back!

PLAYTIME!

The species in the interactive rock-pool have a great class schedule. 1 day of class & the next day all playtime.

We are jealous!

 

Wet hands!

Find out how it feels to touch a starfish, hermit crab and other creatures living in our interactive rockpool experience.

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Wet hands!

Find out how it feels to touch a starfish, hermit crab and other creatures living in our interactive rockpool experience.

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Starfish

MORE ARMS

If a starfish loses an arm, it can grow back!

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Starfish

MORE ARMS

If a starfish loses an arm, it can grow back!

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PLAYTIME!

The species in the interactive rock-pool have a great class schedule. 1 day of class & the next day all playtime.

We are jealous!

 

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PLAYTIME!

The species in the interactive rock-pool have a great class schedule. 1 day of class & the next day all playtime.

We are jealous!

 

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Mediterranean Sea

SUPER DAD!

It is the male seahorse that gives birth to their babies.

Noise

They are proper chatterboxes. They use clicking noises to communicate with each other, when feeding and during courtship.

FEEDING

 

Gluttons!

They eat 3 times a day. At 3:30pm our aquarist will be there to tell you this & other curiosities.

BREED

Our aquarists have successfully bred 3 species of seahorse, Reidi, Big belly & Pipe fish. They are born as tiny as 1cm.

 

SUPER DAD!

It is the male seahorse that gives birth to their babies.

Noise

They are proper chatterboxes. They use clicking noises to communicate with each other, when feeding and during courtship.

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SUPER DAD!

It is the male seahorse that gives birth to their babies.

Noise

They are proper chatterboxes. They use clicking noises to communicate with each other, when feeding and during courtship.

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FEEDING

 

Gluttons!

They eat 3 times a day. At 3:30pm our aquarist will be there to tell you this & other curiosities.

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FEEDING

 

Gluttons!

They eat 3 times a day. At 3:30pm our aquarist will be there to tell you this & other curiosities.

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BREED

Our aquarists have successfully bred 3 species of seahorse, Reidi, Big belly & Pipe fish. They are born as tiny as 1cm.

 

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BREED

Our aquarists have successfully bred 3 species of seahorse, Reidi, Big belly & Pipe fish. They are born as tiny as 1cm.

 

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Blacktip Reef Sharks

Tireless swimmers.

Sharks cannot stop swimming, if they stop, they will sink and die by suffocation.

Green Turtle

 Green turtle can weight up to 300kg, and its shell can grow up to 1.5 metres in length.

Yellow, our green turtle, weights 90kg & his favorite food is broccoli!

 

Feeding

Every day at 12:30 pm our aquarist feed either the sharks or the rays. they will tell you a lot of curiosities.

Don't miss it!

Blacktip Reef Sharks

Tireless swimmers.

Sharks cannot stop swimming, if they stop, they will sink and die by suffocation.

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Blacktip Reef Sharks

Tireless swimmers.

Sharks cannot stop swimming, if they stop, they will sink and die by suffocation.

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Green Turtle

 Green turtle can weight up to 300kg, and its shell can grow up to 1.5 metres in length.

Yellow, our green turtle, weights 90kg & his favorite food is broccoli!

 

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Green Turtle

 Green turtle can weight up to 300kg, and its shell can grow up to 1.5 metres in length.

Yellow, our green turtle, weights 90kg & his favorite food is broccoli!

 

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Feeding

Every day at 12:30 pm our aquarist feed either the sharks or the rays. they will tell you a lot of curiosities.

Don't miss it!

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Feeding

Every day at 12:30 pm our aquarist feed either the sharks or the rays. they will tell you a lot of curiosities.

Don't miss it!

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AMAZON RAINFOREST

Amazon rainforest is the largest area of tropical rainforest on the planet and the richest in species.

Red Bellied Piranhas

Despite a nasty reputation, piranhas seem to bark more often than bite.

Piranhas use sounds to communicate, intimidating their rivals rather than attacking, according to scientists...

 

 

 

BREED

Our aquarist team has successfully bred two species of poison dart frog. Soon you will be able to see them with the other frogs.

 

 

 

 

AMAZON RAINFOREST

Amazon rainforest is the largest area of tropical rainforest on the planet and the richest in species.

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AMAZON RAINFOREST

Amazon rainforest is the largest area of tropical rainforest on the planet and the richest in species.

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Red Bellied Piranhas

Despite a nasty reputation, piranhas seem to bark more often than bite.

Piranhas use sounds to communicate, intimidating their rivals rather than attacking, according to scientists...

 

 

 

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Red Bellied Piranhas

Despite a nasty reputation, piranhas seem to bark more often than bite.

Piranhas use sounds to communicate, intimidating their rivals rather than attacking, according to scientists...

 

 

 

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BREED

Our aquarist team has successfully bred two species of poison dart frog. Soon you will be able to see them with the other frogs.

 

 

 

 

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BREED

Our aquarist team has successfully bred two species of poison dart frog. Soon you will be able to see them with the other frogs.

 

 

 

 

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CORAL REEFS

Coral Reefs are one of the most beautiful and important habitats on Earth. They cover less than 1% of the ocean floor, yet over 25% ( that´s 1 quarter) of marine species depend on this habitat in some way for survival.

Nemo & friends

Welcome to the Nemo´s Kingdom; a kaleidoscope of colour, bustling with activity! This is where you'll find cute Clownfish hiding in the tentacles of Sea Anemones and Blue tang fish, tropical sea ursin, corals….

 

Blue Tang

Tang fish are also known as Surgeonfish because of the scalpel-like spines on either side of their body at the base of their tail. They use these in self defense. You´ll see many different colourful species of Tang in Discover Nemo.

 

CORAL REEFS

Coral Reefs are one of the most beautiful and important habitats on Earth. They cover less than 1% of the ocean floor, yet over 25% ( that´s 1 quarter) of marine species depend on this habitat in some way for survival.

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CORAL REEFS

Coral Reefs are one of the most beautiful and important habitats on Earth. They cover less than 1% of the ocean floor, yet over 25% ( that´s 1 quarter) of marine species depend on this habitat in some way for survival.

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Nemo & friends

Welcome to the Nemo´s Kingdom; a kaleidoscope of colour, bustling with activity! This is where you'll find cute Clownfish hiding in the tentacles of Sea Anemones and Blue tang fish, tropical sea ursin, corals….

 

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Nemo & friends

Welcome to the Nemo´s Kingdom; a kaleidoscope of colour, bustling with activity! This is where you'll find cute Clownfish hiding in the tentacles of Sea Anemones and Blue tang fish, tropical sea ursin, corals….

 

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Blue Tang

Tang fish are also known as Surgeonfish because of the scalpel-like spines on either side of their body at the base of their tail. They use these in self defense. You´ll see many different colourful species of Tang in Discover Nemo.

 

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Blue Tang

Tang fish are also known as Surgeonfish because of the scalpel-like spines on either side of their body at the base of their tail. They use these in self defense. You´ll see many different colourful species of Tang in Discover Nemo.

 

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Jellyfish are 95% Water!

DID YOU KNOW?

Asian short-clawed otter´s pair up for life. Otters generally can have up to six pups per season except for the sea otter which usually just  has on!

ÓSCAR & MAYA

Outside you can get up close and personal with our resident Asian Short Clawed Otters, Óscar and Maya. Watch as they splash about in their Otter River and snack on their favourite treats - Peanuts

OTTERS UNDER THREAT

The International Unio for Conservation of Nature considres this species as vulnerable. The main causes of the decline of otter populations are habitat loss, pollution and hunting.

DID YOU KNOW?

Asian short-clawed otter´s pair up for life. Otters generally can have up to six pups per season except for the sea otter which usually just  has on!

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DID YOU KNOW?

Asian short-clawed otter´s pair up for life. Otters generally can have up to six pups per season except for the sea otter which usually just  has on!

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ÓSCAR & MAYA

Outside you can get up close and personal with our resident Asian Short Clawed Otters, Óscar and Maya. Watch as they splash about in their Otter River and snack on their favourite treats - Peanuts

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ÓSCAR & MAYA

Outside you can get up close and personal with our resident Asian Short Clawed Otters, Óscar and Maya. Watch as they splash about in their Otter River and snack on their favourite treats - Peanuts

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OTTERS UNDER THREAT

The International Unio for Conservation of Nature considres this species as vulnerable. The main causes of the decline of otter populations are habitat loss, pollution and hunting.

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OTTERS UNDER THREAT

The International Unio for Conservation of Nature considres this species as vulnerable. The main causes of the decline of otter populations are habitat loss, pollution and hunting.

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Explore our amazing Marina Minigolf!

Outdoor fun!