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Rainforest
Tropic
Ocean tunnel (1)
Shark Species
Seahorses
Ray display
Discovery pool
Shipwreck
Strong survivors
Breed Rescue Protect
Conservation Cove

WOW FACT

Rainforests cover around 8% of world's area.

Start your visit by stepping into our rainforest area, Igapó. Get to know the creatures living in this are; rays, turtles and piranhas. 

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WOW FACT

Rainforests cover around 8% of world's area.

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WOW FACT

Rainforests cover around 8% of world's area.

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Start your visit by stepping into our rainforest area, Igapó. Get to know the creatures living in this are; rays, turtles and piranhas. 

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Start your visit by stepping into our rainforest area, Igapó. Get to know the creatures living in this are; rays, turtles and piranhas. 

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Check our feeding timetable!

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Check our feeding timetable!

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Tropic

You’ll continue your journey of discovery into the tropics. In this area you get to see all the colorful fish. Meet our clowfish, blue tang or common octopus Helmut!

We have
hundreds of AMAZING creatures

Walk under the waves

Make an unforgettable journey through the waves in our ocean tunnel. Meet our sharks and dozens of colorful fish in the tank. 

Take an adventure, deep into the world's underwater cave systems and find some of most colorful creatures. Come face-to-face with our sharks or see them being fed daily. 

WOW Fact

Ocean tank fish are being fed daily! 

Walk under the waves

Make an unforgettable journey through the waves in our ocean tunnel. Meet our sharks and dozens of colorful fish in the tank. 

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Walk under the waves

Make an unforgettable journey through the waves in our ocean tunnel. Meet our sharks and dozens of colorful fish in the tank. 

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Take an adventure, deep into the world's underwater cave systems and find some of most colorful creatures. Come face-to-face with our sharks or see them being fed daily. 

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Take an adventure, deep into the world's underwater cave systems and find some of most colorful creatures. Come face-to-face with our sharks or see them being fed daily. 

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WOW Fact

Ocean tank fish are being fed daily! 

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WOW Fact

Ocean tank fish are being fed daily! 

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Sharks

In our center we have seven different sharks, each one of them are different from the other. Our biggest shark is Zebra Shark called Sweetie. We also have some smaller sharks, for example Bambu Shark. Most of these and many more creatures can be spotted in our Ocean Tank.

Shark have been in our planet over 400 million years!

WOW FACT

Among Seahorses the male gives birth. 

Seahorses sounds and look like mystical characteres from space. And they kind of are. During your tour you can get to know our Seahorses and see some of their charasteristics. You should especially pay attention to their way of eating (they don't chew their meals), way to grab the plants and way of swimming. 

Feeding times

Come and see how Seahorses are fed! You can check the updated feeding timetable from the link!

WOW FACT

Among Seahorses the male gives birth. 

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WOW FACT

Among Seahorses the male gives birth. 

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Seahorses sounds and look like mystical characteres from space. And they kind of are. During your tour you can get to know our Seahorses and see some of their charasteristics. You should especially pay attention to their way of eating (they don't chew their meals), way to grab the plants and way of swimming. 

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Seahorses sounds and look like mystical characteres from space. And they kind of are. During your tour you can get to know our Seahorses and see some of their charasteristics. You should especially pay attention to their way of eating (they don't chew their meals), way to grab the plants and way of swimming. 

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Feeding times

Come and see how Seahorses are fed! You can check the updated feeding timetable from the link!

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Feeding times

Come and see how Seahorses are fed! You can check the updated feeding timetable from the link!

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Ray display

Welcome to the wonderful world of Rays! These curious characters make everyone smile and are fun to watch. See how they glide in the base and get to know their tank. In our Ray display you can also meet other creatures. Meet one of our sharks (Small-spotter catshark) or see how the feeding of sea basses goes!

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WOW FACT

Seastars can drop one of their legs if they get frightened and grow a new one within weeks.

Have you ever wondered what Sea star look like from closer? Now’s your chance, because at our Discovery Pool you can experience all this and much more! Our experts will be on hand through this unique opportunity to learn more about these fascinating micro-habitats and the incredible creatures that thrive in them.

WOW FACT

Sea anemones have no brain, heart or blood!

WOW FACT

Seastars can drop one of their legs if they get frightened and grow a new one within weeks.

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WOW FACT

Seastars can drop one of their legs if they get frightened and grow a new one within weeks.

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Have you ever wondered what Sea star look like from closer? Now’s your chance, because at our Discovery Pool you can experience all this and much more! Our experts will be on hand through this unique opportunity to learn more about these fascinating micro-habitats and the incredible creatures that thrive in them.

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Have you ever wondered what Sea star look like from closer? Now’s your chance, because at our Discovery Pool you can experience all this and much more! Our experts will be on hand through this unique opportunity to learn more about these fascinating micro-habitats and the incredible creatures that thrive in them.

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WOW FACT

Sea anemones have no brain, heart or blood!

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WOW FACT

Sea anemones have no brain, heart or blood!

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Shipwreck

Ship S/S Amasis has been reconstructed in our SEA LIFE. The actual ship wrecked in North Sea during Second World War and is still in the sea in front of Sweden's west coast.

See what animals live in our Shipwreck!

Jellyfish

There are more than 350 species of Jellyfish, biggest ones being over 2 meters. Most of Jellyfish are not harmful to humans but some of them have long, burning tentacles.  

Did you know that there are species in the ocean that have existed hundreds of millions of years ago. Our Strong Survivors introduces some of these species. It has been crucial for these creatures to adabt and find ways to live in all circumstances. Get to know our Jellyfish and many more.

Mudskipper

Did you know, that Mudskippers can move in both land and water? 

Jellyfish

There are more than 350 species of Jellyfish, biggest ones being over 2 meters. Most of Jellyfish are not harmful to humans but some of them have long, burning tentacles.  

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Jellyfish

There are more than 350 species of Jellyfish, biggest ones being over 2 meters. Most of Jellyfish are not harmful to humans but some of them have long, burning tentacles.  

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Did you know that there are species in the ocean that have existed hundreds of millions of years ago. Our Strong Survivors introduces some of these species. It has been crucial for these creatures to adabt and find ways to live in all circumstances. Get to know our Jellyfish and many more.

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Did you know that there are species in the ocean that have existed hundreds of millions of years ago. Our Strong Survivors introduces some of these species. It has been crucial for these creatures to adabt and find ways to live in all circumstances. Get to know our Jellyfish and many more.

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Mudskipper

Did you know, that Mudskippers can move in both land and water? 

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Mudskipper

Did you know, that Mudskippers can move in both land and water? 

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Breed Rescue Protect

Conservation is at the heart of what we do at SEA LIFE Helsinki. 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. We are more than happy to tell you 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.

Turtles

SEA LIFEs all over the world are putting effort on saving and developing different projects to save sea creatures and their habitat. 

Conservations of the sea is very current and important topic. Our staff is more than happy to tell you about the topic. You should also check our social media channels and out websites for our new areas in SEA LIFE Helsinki. 

SEA LIFE Trust

Together with our partner organization we aim to develop and create projects to save our nature and seas. 

Turtles

SEA LIFEs all over the world are putting effort on saving and developing different projects to save sea creatures and their habitat. 

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Turtles

SEA LIFEs all over the world are putting effort on saving and developing different projects to save sea creatures and their habitat. 

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Conservations of the sea is very current and important topic. Our staff is more than happy to tell you about the topic. You should also check our social media channels and out websites for our new areas in SEA LIFE Helsinki. 

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Conservations of the sea is very current and important topic. Our staff is more than happy to tell you about the topic. You should also check our social media channels and out websites for our new areas in SEA LIFE Helsinki. 

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SEA LIFE Trust

Together with our partner organization we aim to develop and create projects to save our nature and seas. 

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SEA LIFE Trust

Together with our partner organization we aim to develop and create projects to save our nature and seas. 

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