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Explore our Zones

Dive in and discover our interactive themed zones

Along the way, you'll encounter some of the world's most incredible animals, including huge sharks, mysterious stingrays, playful otters, seahorses, thousands of tropical fish and much, much more.

Shark

Lochs of Scotland

Explore the Lochs of Scotland and see some of the amazing creatures that can be found in our native waters. Look out for our rare albino dogfish!

Loch Lomond Otters

Otters

Asian Short Clawed Otters are the smallest of all species of Otter. Meet our troublesome Otter trio, Lily Pickle and Cub, up close - watch out, they are cheeky! 

Meet our Otters

Deep Loch Tank

Deep Water Loch

Our Deep Loch Tank opened in March 2016 as part of our extensive renovations and is home to native species of shark and rays that can be found in UK waters.

Meet our Creatures

Seahorse breeding

Seahorse Cove

SEA LIFE Loch Lomond was the first Aquarium in Scotland to successfully rear Big Bellied Seahorses to adulthood!

Meet our Seahorses

Children at a Rockpool at SEA LIFE

Rockpools

Rockpools are amazing micro-habitats full of incredible creatures! Are you brave enough to stroke a Chocolate Chip Starfish or a Cleaning Shrimp? 

Explore our Creatures

Children And Cownose Ray

Bay of Rays

Be enchanted by our assortment of amazing rays! We have a variety of rays swimming around in our tank including Scotlands only Cownose rays.

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Ocean Tunnel (1)

Tropical Ocean Tunnel

Journey through the Tropical Ocean Tunnel, where you can come face-to-fin with Blacktip sharks, rays and other critters of the seas.

Meet our Creatures

Star Fish

Breed, Rescue, Protect.

Conservation is at the heart of what we do at SEA LIFE Loch Lomond. 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 will 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.

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