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Seahorses & Jellyfish

Breeding seahorses and jellyfish helps us to protect these incredible creatures.

Did you know?

2 million seahorses are sold as souvenirs or through the pet trade.

At SEA LIFE London we breed two species of seahorses and four different types of jellyfish!

 

When it comes to seahorse breeding we’re at the top of our game; over the years we’ve successfully bred nine different species to protect this very sensitive and endangered sea creature from extinction.

 

Being able to breed ancient jellyfish is a real thrill too! You can learn more about how we do this in our Behind the Scenes tour.

Fun Fact!

Jellyfish have no head, skeleton or special organs for breathing. They’re made of 99% water!

Did you know?

2 million seahorses are sold as souvenirs or through the pet trade.

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Did you know?

2 million seahorses are sold as souvenirs or through the pet trade.

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At SEA LIFE London we breed two species of seahorses and four different types of jellyfish!

 

When it comes to seahorse breeding we’re at the top of our game; over the years we’ve successfully bred nine different species to protect this very sensitive and endangered sea creature from extinction.

 

Being able to breed ancient jellyfish is a real thrill too! You can learn more about how we do this in our Behind the Scenes tour.

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At SEA LIFE London we breed two species of seahorses and four different types of jellyfish!

 

When it comes to seahorse breeding we’re at the top of our game; over the years we’ve successfully bred nine different species to protect this very sensitive and endangered sea creature from extinction.

 

Being able to breed ancient jellyfish is a real thrill too! You can learn more about how we do this in our Behind the Scenes tour.

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Fun Fact!

Jellyfish have no head, skeleton or special organs for breathing. They’re made of 99% water!

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Fun Fact!

Jellyfish have no head, skeleton or special organs for breathing. They’re made of 99% water!

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Show next slide

Covid-19 Update

SEA LIFE London Aquarium is temporarily closed from 20 March until further notice as a precautionary measure. We have made this decision to protect the health and wellbeing of our guests and team, which are always our top priority. Please follow the link for further information and booking enquiries.