- Monday 7th March 2016
Mauve Stinger jellyfish arrive
The most toxic jellyfish from Mediterranean waters today arrived at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, ready to make waves as the first ever to be on display in the UK. Measuring in at around 5cm across, these juvenile Pelagia Noctiluca jellyfish, or most commonly known as Mauve Stingers, are widely known for their searing sting and can be clearly identified by their unusual purple colouring.
- Monday 7th March 2016
SEA LIFE London Aquarium partners with BBC Earth to create a multi-sensory Polar experience
SEA LIFE London Aquarium will be inviting visitors to experience the magical polar ice worlds of BBC Earth’s epic natural history series: Frozen Planet in a new permanent attraction opening for Easter 2016.
- Tuesday 15th September 2015
Chinese Fire-Bellied newts arrive at the aquarium
Today the SEA LIFE London Aquarium welcomed some new arrivals – Chinese Fire-Bellied newts! Aquarists working with these fascinating creatures have to wear protective latex gloves to avoid contact with toxins secreted through the amphibian’s skin.
- Friday 7th August 2015
No Fin to Declare
SEA LIFE London is proud to support our charity partner Bite-Back Shark & Marine Conservation in their exciting new campaign - No Fin to declare!
- Thursday 18th June 2015
An egg-cellent Easter treat
There were Easter surprises aplenty at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium today when the resident colony of Gentoo penguins were served up giant handmade Easter eggs and news of the first penguin egg of mating season was confirmed.
- Wednesday 3rd June 2015
Thames Beach Clean
Staff at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium join forces with Thames Tideway Tunnel and river charity Thames 21 to help preserve an icon of London – the Thames
- Monday 1st June 2015
Discover our LEGO CITY Deep Sea Explorer Trail
Become a LEGO® City Explorer at SEA LIFE London Aquarium this summer
- 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.