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Rockpool (1)
Shoreline
Quayside
Stingray Adventure
Kingdom of the Seahorse
Submarine Explorer
Rainforest Adventure
Rainforest Ranger Table
Ocean Tunnel
Turtle Rescue

WOW FACT

Cleaner Shrimp will set up shop on live rock or coral outcroppings and wait for fish to come and be cleaned of ectoparasites or dead tissue. 

Start your visit by venturing into our Rock Pools where you will see (and get the chance to touch) both tropical and native creatures such as Starfish, Crabs, Anemones and Cleaner Shrimp. 

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FACT

Hermit crabs live in colonies of up to 100 or more!

 

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Cleaner Shrimp will set up shop on live rock or coral outcroppings and wait for fish to come and be cleaned of ectoparasites or dead tissue. 

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WOW FACT

Cleaner Shrimp will set up shop on live rock or coral outcroppings and wait for fish to come and be cleaned of ectoparasites or dead tissue. 

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Start your visit by venturing into our Rock Pools where you will see (and get the chance to touch) both tropical and native creatures such as Starfish, Crabs, Anemones and Cleaner Shrimp. 

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Start your visit by venturing into our Rock Pools where you will see (and get the chance to touch) both tropical and native creatures such as Starfish, Crabs, Anemones and Cleaner Shrimp. 

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WOW
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Hermit crabs live in colonies of up to 100 or more!

 

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WOW
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Hermit crabs live in colonies of up to 100 or more!

 

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Atlantic
Depths

You’ll continue your journey of discovery as you explore the native shorelines of the North West. Take a look into what inhabits our oceans waters, coming close to creatures such as Anemones, Starfish, Crabs, Place, Lobster and Octopus.

We have 2,000
AMAZING creatures

WOW Fact

Pollock are strongly defined by their silvery lateral line running down the sides. 

What to take a stroll down a Quayside?... we have the perfect place! Our Quayside area displays some ocean giants such as, Stingrays, Rays, Pollock, Brill and Dogfish.  

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Dogfish can live for up to 100 years! 

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Pollock are strongly defined by their silvery lateral line running down the sides. 

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Pollock are strongly defined by their silvery lateral line running down the sides. 

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What to take a stroll down a Quayside?... we have the perfect place! Our Quayside area displays some ocean giants such as, Stingrays, Rays, Pollock, Brill and Dogfish.  

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What to take a stroll down a Quayside?... we have the perfect place! Our Quayside area displays some ocean giants such as, Stingrays, Rays, Pollock, Brill and Dogfish.  

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Dogfish can live for up to 100 years! 

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Dogfish can live for up to 100 years! 

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Stingray Adventure

Immerse yourself in the mysterious and graceful world of the stingrays. Meet the beautiful Honeycomb Whiptail Rays, Cownose Rays, Blue Spotted Stingrays and Zebra Sharks as you explore the tropical reef through underwater tunnels. Be careful not to get wet as you venture through their underwater world! A close up and memorable experience you will not want to miss.

WOW Fact

Seahorses prefer to swim in pairs with their tails linked together

SEA LIFE Blackpool is incredibly proud of its success' breeding many types of endangered Seahorses. You can see them all along with Lion Fish, Unicorn Fish, Clown Fish and Regal Tangs in Seahorse Kingdom. 

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Relationship between clownfish and anemone is called symbiosis, which means that both species have benefits from mutual life.

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Seahorses prefer to swim in pairs with their tails linked together

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Seahorses prefer to swim in pairs with their tails linked together

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SEA LIFE Blackpool is incredibly proud of its success' breeding many types of endangered Seahorses. You can see them all along with Lion Fish, Unicorn Fish, Clown Fish and Regal Tangs in Seahorse Kingdom. 

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SEA LIFE Blackpool is incredibly proud of its success' breeding many types of endangered Seahorses. You can see them all along with Lion Fish, Unicorn Fish, Clown Fish and Regal Tangs in Seahorse Kingdom. 

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WOW FACT

Relationship between clownfish and anemone is called symbiosis, which means that both species have benefits from mutual life.

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WOW FACT

Relationship between clownfish and anemone is called symbiosis, which means that both species have benefits from mutual life.

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Submarine Explorer

Take a submarine ride to the depths of the ocean to see some of the deeps beautiful creatures. UFO-like Jellyfish, Puffa Fish, Eels and Tangs are just some of the amazing discovers you will make in this area.

WOW Fact!

Vibrant but toxic, poison arrow frogs range from less than an inch to two and a half inches in body length.

Enter a leafy jungle filled with exciting walk through's - but beware, not all the creatures here are friendly! In the depths of the rain forest you will meet, Turtles, Chameleons, Parana, Poison Dart Frogs and Tomato Frogs. 

WOW FACT

Most of the Turtles in our rain forest area have been donated by members of the public when they outgrew their home aquariums. 

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Vibrant but toxic, poison arrow frogs range from less than an inch to two and a half inches in body length.

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WOW Fact!

Vibrant but toxic, poison arrow frogs range from less than an inch to two and a half inches in body length.

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Enter a leafy jungle filled with exciting walk through's - but beware, not all the creatures here are friendly! In the depths of the rain forest you will meet, Turtles, Chameleons, Parana, Poison Dart Frogs and Tomato Frogs. 

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Enter a leafy jungle filled with exciting walk through's - but beware, not all the creatures here are friendly! In the depths of the rain forest you will meet, Turtles, Chameleons, Parana, Poison Dart Frogs and Tomato Frogs. 

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WOW FACT

Most of the Turtles in our rain forest area have been donated by members of the public when they outgrew their home aquariums. 

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WOW FACT

Most of the Turtles in our rain forest area have been donated by members of the public when they outgrew their home aquariums. 

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Rainforest Ranger Table

SEA LIFE Blackpool has unveiled an amazing new display, featuring an array of insects and creatures, such as Giant African land snails; hissing and death head cockroaches; praying mantis and giant grubs. You can get hands on with these amazing creatures at our Ranger Table!

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When the team here at SEA LIFE Blackpool cleaned out the ocean tank a couple of years ago they found close to 40,000 shark teeth. Sharks have adapted to growing teeth within one day after losing them while eating. 

Our spectacular ocean walk-through tunnel gives you the opportunity to experience life under the sea - without getting wet. SEA LIFE Blackpool are extremely proud of their array of sharks - having bred and raised them for 25 years! In our ocean tank you will see, Giant Green Sea Turtles, Black Tip Sharks, White Tip Sharks, Stingrays, Shovel Nose Sharks, Nurse Sharks, Grouper, Vampire Fish and many more fish. 

WOW Fact!

Our Giant Green Sea Turtle - known as 'Lulu' - is a fan favorite in our tunnel. You can often find her lying around the end of the tunnel. 

WOW FACT

When the team here at SEA LIFE Blackpool cleaned out the ocean tank a couple of years ago they found close to 40,000 shark teeth. Sharks have adapted to growing teeth within one day after losing them while eating. 

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WOW FACT

When the team here at SEA LIFE Blackpool cleaned out the ocean tank a couple of years ago they found close to 40,000 shark teeth. Sharks have adapted to growing teeth within one day after losing them while eating. 

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Our spectacular ocean walk-through tunnel gives you the opportunity to experience life under the sea - without getting wet. SEA LIFE Blackpool are extremely proud of their array of sharks - having bred and raised them for 25 years! In our ocean tank you will see, Giant Green Sea Turtles, Black Tip Sharks, White Tip Sharks, Stingrays, Shovel Nose Sharks, Nurse Sharks, Grouper, Vampire Fish and many more fish. 

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Our spectacular ocean walk-through tunnel gives you the opportunity to experience life under the sea - without getting wet. SEA LIFE Blackpool are extremely proud of their array of sharks - having bred and raised them for 25 years! In our ocean tank you will see, Giant Green Sea Turtles, Black Tip Sharks, White Tip Sharks, Stingrays, Shovel Nose Sharks, Nurse Sharks, Grouper, Vampire Fish and many more fish. 

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WOW Fact!

Our Giant Green Sea Turtle - known as 'Lulu' - is a fan favorite in our tunnel. You can often find her lying around the end of the tunnel. 

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WOW Fact!

Our Giant Green Sea Turtle - known as 'Lulu' - is a fan favorite in our tunnel. You can often find her lying around the end of the tunnel. 

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Turtle
Rescue!

Turtle Rescue is an all-new interactive journey at SEA LIFE Blackpool. Guests of all ages are encouraged to become a turtle care expert as they travel on a real-life journey to understand what is involved in successfully rehabilitating a turtle. Collect your limited edition pop badge once you have completed Turtle Rescue.