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Talk Times

Make the most out of your visit!

Our Talk Times

You get the most out of a visit to SEA LIFE Loch Lomond by attending our daily talks which are held throughout the day. Get closer than ever before to our amazing creatures and discover something amazing!

As well as our set Otter & Ocean Talk times, there will be opportunities throughout the day to see a myriad of our other creatures being fed.

Talk times are subject to change, please check the "What's On" board upon arrival for information.

11:00

Otter Talk

Everyone loves our family of otters - Lily, Pickle and Cub. They are Asian Short Clawed Otters and they are very hungry all the time. During this feeding demonstration you’ll see their clever tricks, find out what makes them different from other otters and what we need to do to save them from extinction. Don’t worry if you miss the feeding time in the morning you can catch it again in the afternoon.

13.30

Ocean Talk

Meet the Fish... and Sharks who reside in our Tropical Ocean Tank. Every second day you'll also see Ocean Tank being fed, but even if our Tropical Sharks aren't being fed during your visit you'll still have the chance to learn all about the creatures in our 250,000 litre Ocean Tank during the daily Ocean Talk at 13.30.

 

15:00

Otter Talk

A second chance to see our cheeky otters get fed!

Everyone loves our family of otters - Lily, Pickle and Cub. They are Asian Short Clawed Otters and they are very hungry all the time. During this feeding demonstration you’ll see their clever tricks, find out what makes them different from other otters and what we need to do to save them from extinction.

11:00

Otter Talk

Everyone loves our family of otters - Lily, Pickle and Cub. They are Asian Short Clawed Otters and they are very hungry all the time. During this feeding demonstration you’ll see their clever tricks, find out what makes them different from other otters and what we need to do to save them from extinction. Don’t worry if you miss the feeding time in the morning you can catch it again in the afternoon.

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11:00

Otter Talk

Everyone loves our family of otters - Lily, Pickle and Cub. They are Asian Short Clawed Otters and they are very hungry all the time. During this feeding demonstration you’ll see their clever tricks, find out what makes them different from other otters and what we need to do to save them from extinction. Don’t worry if you miss the feeding time in the morning you can catch it again in the afternoon.

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13.30

Ocean Talk

Meet the Fish... and Sharks who reside in our Tropical Ocean Tank. Every second day you'll also see Ocean Tank being fed, but even if our Tropical Sharks aren't being fed during your visit you'll still have the chance to learn all about the creatures in our 250,000 litre Ocean Tank during the daily Ocean Talk at 13.30.

 

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13.30

Ocean Talk

Meet the Fish... and Sharks who reside in our Tropical Ocean Tank. Every second day you'll also see Ocean Tank being fed, but even if our Tropical Sharks aren't being fed during your visit you'll still have the chance to learn all about the creatures in our 250,000 litre Ocean Tank during the daily Ocean Talk at 13.30.

 

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15:00

Otter Talk

A second chance to see our cheeky otters get fed!

Everyone loves our family of otters - Lily, Pickle and Cub. They are Asian Short Clawed Otters and they are very hungry all the time. During this feeding demonstration you’ll see their clever tricks, find out what makes them different from other otters and what we need to do to save them from extinction.

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15:00

Otter Talk

A second chance to see our cheeky otters get fed!

Everyone loves our family of otters - Lily, Pickle and Cub. They are Asian Short Clawed Otters and they are very hungry all the time. During this feeding demonstration you’ll see their clever tricks, find out what makes them different from other otters and what we need to do to save them from extinction.

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