- Thursday 14th May 2015
Sustainable Friday fish supper
Divers at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium urge fish lovers make this Friday's fish supper sustainable
- Wednesday 25th March 2015
Fire-breathing sea dragons?
Fish fingers are real fish, penguins can fly and sea dragons breathe fire...
- Monday 15th December 2014
Sprout amnesty for giant green sea turtles Boris and Phoenix
Greedy Boris, a rare Green Sea turtle at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium (named by the Mayor of London himself), received his favourite festive feast today, a tiered platter of sprouts served by a besuited under-waiter Garçon.
- Monday 27th October 2014
Halloween pumpkin trail
From 27th October to 2nd November the SEA LIFE London Aquarium will be celebrating Halloween by challenging young guests to spot some intricately hand-carved pumpkins featuring marvellous marine inspired designs.
- Wednesday 18th June 2014
Poison dart frog baby born
Aquarists at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium are sizing up a brightly coloured miniature new addition to their Poison Dart frog family – the first to be born at the aquarium following a successful breeding programme.
- Thursday 22nd May 2014
Pop-up jellyfish display is a load of rubbish!
The SEA LIFE London Aquarium has launched a temporary new display of serenely floating jellyfish – each made entirely of used plastic bags – in time for World Turtle Day on Friday 23rd May. The unusual display has been created to highlight the dangers facing turtles and other marine life from plastic bag pollution, which is estimated to kill millions of marine animals annually.
- Saturday 15th February 2014
Crusty creatures of the deep star in new special exhibition
An invasion of the crustacean kind is expected at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium in February 2014 as a new exhibition featuring some stunning species of crabs opens. CLAWS will bring together a spectacular collection of the “B-movie monsters” of the marine world from the gigantic Japanese Spider crab (which can grow to 12 feet long) to the humble blue lobster.
- Thursday 12th September 2013
Each year, 100 million sharks are slaughtered for their fins – a rate at which they simply cannot survive – and shark charity Bite Back estimate that unless action is taken, 20 species could be extinct by 2017. So last night, a courageous group of 55 cub scouts – all just 8-10 years old – took a stand and staged a ‘sleep-in’ at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, sleeping with 15 sharks nestled sardine-like in the dark shadows of the massive Shark Reef Encounter display.
- Wednesday 7th August 2013
Penguin Moulting Season arrives
Feathers fly as penguin moulting season arrives