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A commitment
to our oceans

For the creatures that live above
and beneath the surface

CONSERVATION AT SEA LIFE

Here at SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth we care deeply about our oceans, the creatures that live above and beneath the surface and those we are lucky enough to have in our care.

Under our ethos BREED, RESCUE, PROTECT we have established breeding programs to better understand species, from Undulate Rays to Coral Propagation. We help home aquarium owners buy fish responsibly and educating our visitors on the issues surrounding the purchase of certain species of fish for a home aquarium. 

 

Our registered charity, The SEA LIFE Trust, was set up in 2013 to support projects and campaigns that make a measurable difference to the protection of marine wildlife and habitats. Read more about the Trust’s work in this section.

 

We also work with a number of conservation partners all over the world, include marine specialists like Bite-Back Shark and Marine Conservation, The Big Fish Campaign, and The Marine Conservation Society’s Good Fish Guide.

We run breeding programmes for creatures as diverse as rays, jellyfish, and seahorses.

Many of our aquariums rescue and release injured and sick creatures, including seals, turtles and porpoises.

We campaign for the global protection of marine wildlife.

We run breeding programmes for creatures as diverse as rays, jellyfish, and seahorses.

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We run breeding programmes for creatures as diverse as rays, jellyfish, and seahorses.

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Many of our aquariums rescue and release injured and sick creatures, including seals, turtles and porpoises.

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Many of our aquariums rescue and release injured and sick creatures, including seals, turtles and porpoises.

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We campaign for the global protection of marine wildlife.

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We campaign for the global protection of marine wildlife.

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Important Visitor Information

As part of the Government’s containment plan for the COVID-19 coronavirus, we have been advised to temporarily close Sea Life Great Yarmouth. The move is consistent with the closure of other leisure venues to prevent further outbreak. The closure is effective as of 20th March 2020.

We will continue to monitor the situation closely, please refer to our websites and social channels for further updates on a date when we will reopen.

Please check here for updates on re-opening, and if you have queries on an existing booking, please see further details using the link below.