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Crocodile Enclosure
Penguins
Jellyfish Discovery
Tropical Ocean Display
Ocean Tunnel
Pirate Reef
Claws vs Jaws
Rockpool
Breed Rescue Protect

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Juvenile Baby thorn back rays.  Find out about Sea Life Great Yarmouth successful breeding program!

Feeding Fun!

Guests can enjoy the acrobatic antics of our native Rays and discover all about their behavior.

 

WOW FACT!

Spiny Seahorse  (Hippocampus guttulatus)

They usually have small home ranges in shallow coastal waters. They use algae and sea grass to hold on to. A baby seahorse can eat an amazing 3000 times a day!

 

DON'T MISS!

Juvenile Baby thorn back rays.  Find out about Sea Life Great Yarmouth successful breeding program!

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DON'T MISS!

Juvenile Baby thorn back rays.  Find out about Sea Life Great Yarmouth successful breeding program!

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Feeding Fun!

Guests can enjoy the acrobatic antics of our native Rays and discover all about their behavior.

 

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Feeding Fun!

Guests can enjoy the acrobatic antics of our native Rays and discover all about their behavior.

 

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WOW FACT!

Spiny Seahorse  (Hippocampus guttulatus)

They usually have small home ranges in shallow coastal waters. They use algae and sea grass to hold on to. A baby seahorse can eat an amazing 3000 times a day!

 

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WOW FACT!

Spiny Seahorse  (Hippocampus guttulatus)

They usually have small home ranges in shallow coastal waters. They use algae and sea grass to hold on to. A baby seahorse can eat an amazing 3000 times a day!

 

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Crocodile Enclosure

Come face to face with Ntombi and Masozi, our African dwarf crocodiles, these sleek and sinister sisters can grow up to 5ft long!

Don't get too close!

Adopt a Penguin

As an exciting gift for your friends or family or even for yourself, and help make a difference to the conservation work and breeding programs.

BE AMAZED

Meet and interact with our playful Humboldt Penguins as they swim and socialise together!

WOW FACT!

Humboldt Penguins are named after the Humboldt Current they are native too, located in Peru. Many people find it hard to believe that these penguins love sunshine and warm weather!

Adopt a Penguin

As an exciting gift for your friends or family or even for yourself, and help make a difference to the conservation work and breeding programs.

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Adopt a Penguin

As an exciting gift for your friends or family or even for yourself, and help make a difference to the conservation work and breeding programs.

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BE AMAZED

Meet and interact with our playful Humboldt Penguins as they swim and socialise together!

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BE AMAZED

Meet and interact with our playful Humboldt Penguins as they swim and socialise together!

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WOW FACT!

Humboldt Penguins are named after the Humboldt Current they are native too, located in Peru. Many people find it hard to believe that these penguins love sunshine and warm weather!

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WOW FACT!

Humboldt Penguins are named after the Humboldt Current they are native too, located in Peru. Many people find it hard to believe that these penguins love sunshine and warm weather!

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Jellyfish Discovery

Be enchanted by our beautiful Jellyfish in our interactive colour-changing tanks!

Jellyfish are 95% Water!

Zebra Shark

Prepare to be amazed as you come face-to-fin with our incredible juvenile Zebra Shark. These amazing creatures are the sole member of the Stegostomatidae family! Eventually she will reach 12ft in length, half of which will be her tail! 

Blacktip Reef Sharks

Blacktip Reef Sharks are found in warm coastal waters around the world! Black Tips are among the most popular sharks inhabiting the tropical coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, because Black Tip Reef Sharks prefer shallow, inshore waters. They are typical in appearance of how humans imagine a shark to look, and can be seen at our big ocean tank!

Adopt a Shark

Sharks are the most misunderstood creatures in the Ocean. Far from being predators, they face extinction from being preyed upon by humans. Each year over 70 million sharks die needlessly due to Shark Finning. You can help conserve these amazing creatures by picking up a Shark Adoption on site and contributing towards their conservation.

Zebra Shark

Prepare to be amazed as you come face-to-fin with our incredible juvenile Zebra Shark. These amazing creatures are the sole member of the Stegostomatidae family! Eventually she will reach 12ft in length, half of which will be her tail! 

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Zebra Shark

Prepare to be amazed as you come face-to-fin with our incredible juvenile Zebra Shark. These amazing creatures are the sole member of the Stegostomatidae family! Eventually she will reach 12ft in length, half of which will be her tail! 

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Blacktip Reef Sharks

Blacktip Reef Sharks are found in warm coastal waters around the world! Black Tips are among the most popular sharks inhabiting the tropical coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, because Black Tip Reef Sharks prefer shallow, inshore waters. They are typical in appearance of how humans imagine a shark to look, and can be seen at our big ocean tank!

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Blacktip Reef Sharks

Blacktip Reef Sharks are found in warm coastal waters around the world! Black Tips are among the most popular sharks inhabiting the tropical coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, because Black Tip Reef Sharks prefer shallow, inshore waters. They are typical in appearance of how humans imagine a shark to look, and can be seen at our big ocean tank!

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Adopt a Shark

Sharks are the most misunderstood creatures in the Ocean. Far from being predators, they face extinction from being preyed upon by humans. Each year over 70 million sharks die needlessly due to Shark Finning. You can help conserve these amazing creatures by picking up a Shark Adoption on site and contributing towards their conservation.

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Adopt a Shark

Sharks are the most misunderstood creatures in the Ocean. Far from being predators, they face extinction from being preyed upon by humans. Each year over 70 million sharks die needlessly due to Shark Finning. You can help conserve these amazing creatures by picking up a Shark Adoption on site and contributing towards their conservation.

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Ocean Tunnel

Our amazing tropical ocean display and tunnel holds 250,000 litres of natural seawater where you can see our largest inhabitants as they roam around the lost city of Atlantis themed display.

Prepare to be amazed!

Octopus

Common Octopus is one of the most intelligent invertebrate species (that means animals with no backbone). They can also change the colour of their skin to camouflage perfectly with their surroundings, helping them to sneak up on prey as well as hide from predators.

WOW FACT!

Seahorse pregnancy is amazing thing. Believe it or not, the male seahorses get pregnant, not the females. The female uses an ovipositor to expel her eggs into the male’s stomach pouch.

Coral reef

Discover all about the Oceans different coral reef in our amazing display!

Octopus

Common Octopus is one of the most intelligent invertebrate species (that means animals with no backbone). They can also change the colour of their skin to camouflage perfectly with their surroundings, helping them to sneak up on prey as well as hide from predators.

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Octopus

Common Octopus is one of the most intelligent invertebrate species (that means animals with no backbone). They can also change the colour of their skin to camouflage perfectly with their surroundings, helping them to sneak up on prey as well as hide from predators.

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WOW FACT!

Seahorse pregnancy is amazing thing. Believe it or not, the male seahorses get pregnant, not the females. The female uses an ovipositor to expel her eggs into the male’s stomach pouch.

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WOW FACT!

Seahorse pregnancy is amazing thing. Believe it or not, the male seahorses get pregnant, not the females. The female uses an ovipositor to expel her eggs into the male’s stomach pouch.

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Coral reef

Discover all about the Oceans different coral reef in our amazing display!

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Coral reef

Discover all about the Oceans different coral reef in our amazing display!

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CLAWS

Pincers at the ready as guests meet the armoured division of the marine world and learn about their amazing anatomy! Alongside this discover about creatures of the deep and come face to face with a model of one of these most feared predators and their amazing JAWS!

New for 2018 CLAWS with an added twist of JAWS!

WOW FACT!

Our unique rocky shores have a particular life of their own and conditions within them are different from the open sea. 

GET CLOSER THAN EVER BEFORE

Have you ever wanted to stroke a starfish, tickle a sea anemone or feel the shell of a crab? Now’s your chance, because at our rocking Rockpools you can appreciate all of this!

WOW FACT!

It's hard to believe that Sea Anemones are alive... they have no brain, heart or blood!

WOW FACT!

Our unique rocky shores have a particular life of their own and conditions within them are different from the open sea. 

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WOW FACT!

Our unique rocky shores have a particular life of their own and conditions within them are different from the open sea. 

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GET CLOSER THAN EVER BEFORE

Have you ever wanted to stroke a starfish, tickle a sea anemone or feel the shell of a crab? Now’s your chance, because at our rocking Rockpools you can appreciate all of this!

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GET CLOSER THAN EVER BEFORE

Have you ever wanted to stroke a starfish, tickle a sea anemone or feel the shell of a crab? Now’s your chance, because at our rocking Rockpools you can appreciate all of this!

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WOW FACT!

It's hard to believe that Sea Anemones are alive... they have no brain, heart or blood!

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WOW FACT!

It's hard to believe that Sea Anemones are alive... they have no brain, heart or blood!

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Breed Rescue Protect

Conservation is at the heart of what we do at SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth. There are plenty of opportunities to learn about the threats facing marine life and what you can do to help as you explore with us. In this area you find find out more about what SEA LIFE and the SEA LIFE Trust are doing to help threatened marine life and perhaps help us out yourself by signing one of our petitions or picking up a free sustainable seafood guide.

Around 75% (that's three quarters) of the world’s coral reefs are threatened by human activity.