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Ray Breeding

Rays are inquisitive relatives of the shark. Our Ray Breeding programme will help you learn more about these incredible creatures and spot the endangered species.

Did you know?

Since 2009, fishermen have been prohibited from taking Undulate Rays from EU waters.

 

We breed two different species at SEA LIFE London. Southern Stingrays are common around the tropical and subtropical waters of the southern Atlantic Ocean, and they naturally breed on their own in our aquarium.

 

Undulate Rays are an endangered species found in muddy or sandy bottoms of UK shores, but they are under threat from over-fishing. SEA LIFE is proud to lead a breeding program that focuses on the genetic health and sustainability of the captive population which in turn will help with a steady increase of the wild population. 

 

Fun Fact!

Rays have flat bodies that help them hide in the sand!

Did you know?

Since 2009, fishermen have been prohibited from taking Undulate Rays from EU waters.

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Did you know?

Since 2009, fishermen have been prohibited from taking Undulate Rays from EU waters.

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We breed two different species at SEA LIFE London. Southern Stingrays are common around the tropical and subtropical waters of the southern Atlantic Ocean, and they naturally breed on their own in our aquarium.

 

Undulate Rays are an endangered species found in muddy or sandy bottoms of UK shores, but they are under threat from over-fishing. SEA LIFE is proud to lead a breeding program that focuses on the genetic health and sustainability of the captive population which in turn will help with a steady increase of the wild population. 

 

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We breed two different species at SEA LIFE London. Southern Stingrays are common around the tropical and subtropical waters of the southern Atlantic Ocean, and they naturally breed on their own in our aquarium.

 

Undulate Rays are an endangered species found in muddy or sandy bottoms of UK shores, but they are under threat from over-fishing. SEA LIFE is proud to lead a breeding program that focuses on the genetic health and sustainability of the captive population which in turn will help with a steady increase of the wild population. 

 

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Fun Fact!

Rays have flat bodies that help them hide in the sand!

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Show next slide

Fun Fact!

Rays have flat bodies that help them hide in the sand!

Show previous slide
Show next slide

Covid-19 Update

Following the government announcement recently, we will soon be sharing our plans with you for reopening and welcoming you back through our doors.

Since we closed on March 20, we’ve been working tirelessly to make sure that when we’re ready to reopen and welcome you back, it will be in the safest way possible.

Our team of health & safety experts have created a plan which will enable us to deliver on our promise of keeping your well-being and safety as our top priority.

Please click here to find out more about the changes we're implementing and booking enquiries.