Animal Adoption Packs
Help support our creatures
By purchasing an animal adoption pack, you not only bring a little piece of the ocean into your home, but also support our conservation efforts to protect marine habitats. Your adoption pack helps contribute to the care and welfare of our animals as well as providing support for our SEA LIFE Trust conservation projects, locally and around the world.
Your virtual adoption pack includes:
- Turtle or Penguin adoption certificate
- Turtle or Penguin fact sheet
- Photo of your adopted animal
- Contribution to the SEA LIFE Trust
Your one off adoption payment will last 12 months.
Why adopt a sea creature?
- Conservation commitment
Your adoption directly supports the global efforts of the SEA LIFE Trust's work to protect and preserve the oceans and the incredible creatures that call them home.
- Great gifting!
Whether for yourself or as a unique and meaningful gift, an adoption pack from Sea Life London Aquarium is an instant, and great last minute gift for ocean lovers.
Help us make a difference for our oceans!
Choose from our adoption animals below
Green Sea Turtle
Did you know?
Gentoo penguins are nest builders, and they build their nests out of pebbles to lay their eggs into.
No more plastic!
Plastic bags are deadly to Sea Turtles which often mistaking them for their favourite food, Jellyfish, and choke on them. Go plastic free!
Penguin poo is called ‘guano’!
SEA LIFE rescues, rehabilitates and releases many Sea Turtles each year which have been injured or lost their way.
Did you know?
Some Penguins come from very warm climates close to the equator. For example the Humboldt Penguin is found living on the coastline in Peru and Chile!
Turtles are reptiles
They have to breathe air and are often seen coming to the surface to fill their lungs. They can hold their breath for many hours at a time if they are not stressed, for example when they go to sleep.
How about that!
Other species such as Emperors, Kings and Gentoos live in one of the coldest, harshest places on the planet; Antarctica!
It's getting hot in here!
The temperature of the sand in which a Sea Turtle's eggs are buried, determines what gender they will be. If it's warmer they'll be girls, cooler and they'll be boys!