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Rainforest Ranger

All the way from the world’s Tropical Rainforests, our team of friendly Rainforest Rangers are ready to show you some of their jungle beasties. If you’ve ever wanted to see a snake, lizard or a giant creepy crawly from the deepest depths of the jungle, visit SEA LIFE Hunstanton to meet our Rainforest Rangers and all of their friends.

Leaf Cutting Ants

The farmers of the insect world, Leaf-cutter Ants grow their own food in underground fungus farms. Pieces of leaf are carried hundreds of metres, with each ant carrying a piece up to 50 times its own body weight!

Bosc Monitor Lizard

Bosc Monitor Lizards are native to Africa and related to the Komodo Dragon, in the wild is often hunted for its leather.

Madagascar Hissing Cockroach

These insects are native to Madagascar and live in forests and other moist, tropical regions. Growing up to 7.5 cm in length, these are one of the largest cockroach species in the world!

Giant Millipede

One of the largest millipedes!


'Elvis' our resident king snake is a type of constrictor, using its body to coil around its food.

Royal Python

Often found in sub-Saharan Africa, its camouflage resembles the rocky floor and the grass terrain it likes to roam in.

Milk Snake

'Renso' our resident Milk Snake is related to the King snake and originates from North & South America. It's often thought to be venomous due to it colouration, however they are a none venomous species.

Corn Snake

Corn Snakes are a North American species of Rat Snake, they help control populations of wild rodent pests that damage crops and spread disease.

Leopard Geckos

A very active ground-dwelling lizard found in the deserts around Asia, these amazing creatures use their tails to store fat and have evolved to be able to detach their tails to help avoid predators.

Bearded Dragon

These lizards are only found naturally in Australia's desert regions!


Theres still plenty more to see & experience!


We encourage all guests to adhere to the latest guidance around social distancing procedures, mask/face covering and current laws on group size formations.
From the 24th September 2020 you will also find NHS QR ‘check-in’ code posters at key entry points around our attractions. These QR posters are optional and can be scanned on the NHS COVID-19 smartphone App. We encourage all our guests to help protect themselves and each other when visiting our attraction