Educational Presentations

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Our Educational Presentations

During the educational presentations, the animals are fed and our guides tell you fun facts and interesting trivia about our animals. 

Don't miss them - see the presentation and feeding times below!

10:30 / 14:00

Otters

Did you know that an otter's tail is one big muscle? Find out more interesting facts about our otters during this presentation!

10:45 / 14:30

Penguins

Did you know that Humboldt penguins can swim up to 30 km an hour? That's 20 miles an hour!

11:15 / 14:45

Seals

Find out all about our seals and the unique seal rescue centre at SEA LIFE.

12:00 / 15:30

Ray tank

Find out more about our rays, North Sea sharks, mackerel, gilt-headed bream and turbot.
Did you know the tub gurnard can crawl along the sea bottom?

10:30 / 14:00

Otters

Did you know that an otter's tail is one big muscle? Find out more interesting facts about our otters during this presentation!

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10:30 / 14:00

Otters

Did you know that an otter's tail is one big muscle? Find out more interesting facts about our otters during this presentation!

Show previous slide
Show next slide

10:45 / 14:30

Penguins

Did you know that Humboldt penguins can swim up to 30 km an hour? That's 20 miles an hour!

Show previous slide
Show next slide

10:45 / 14:30

Penguins

Did you know that Humboldt penguins can swim up to 30 km an hour? That's 20 miles an hour!

Show previous slide
Show next slide

11:15 / 14:45

Seals

Find out all about our seals and the unique seal rescue centre at SEA LIFE.

Show previous slide
Show next slide

11:15 / 14:45

Seals

Find out all about our seals and the unique seal rescue centre at SEA LIFE.

Show previous slide
Show next slide

12:00 / 15:30

Ray tank

Find out more about our rays, North Sea sharks, mackerel, gilt-headed bream and turbot.
Did you know the tub gurnard can crawl along the sea bottom?

Show previous slide
Show next slide

12:00 / 15:30

Ray tank

Find out more about our rays, North Sea sharks, mackerel, gilt-headed bream and turbot.
Did you know the tub gurnard can crawl along the sea bottom?

Show previous slide
Show next slide