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A commitment to our oceans

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Our love for the ocean and its creatures extends far and wide. Take a look at some of our global conservation and animal welfare work with our charity, the SEA LIFE Trust and how you can help.

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We work very closely with the SEA LIFE Trust, an independent marine conservation organisation.
The SEA LIFE Trust is a registered environmental protection organisation that is committed to protecting the oceans and their fantastic inhabitants. We support local projects around the world to protect marine life and their habitats. We are involved in many conservation campaigns to bring about long-term change. We campaign for plastic-free oceans, sustainable fishing, marine protected areas and an end to the overexploitation and exploitation of the oceans.

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The projects of the SEA LIFE Trust

The SEA LIFE Trust owns and operates two sanctuaries: the Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Gweek (UK) and the world's first Beluga Whale Sanctuary off the south coast of Iceland.
We supported in setting up the world's first beluga sanctuary off the coast of Iceland. Click here for the fantastic journey of Little Grey and Little White.

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We not only love the oceans and their inhabitants - we are also dedicated to creating magical experiences for children who need them most. 

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We also work closely with many local organisations:

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Auffangstation für Reptilien, München e.V.

Auffangstation für Reptilien, München e.V. is a non-profit organisation that was founded in 2001. With over 1,500 animals rescued and rehomed every year, it is Germany's largest rescue centre for exotic pets. Educating the public about the high demands of many species is just as important as cooperating with the authorities, other animal welfare organisations and politicians. Specially trained animal keepers, vets and biologists use their scientifically sound working methods to ensure a sustainable improvement in the conditions in which reptiles and other exotic animals are kept throughout Germany.
SEA LIFE Munich supports the work of the sanctuary by adopting animals, collecting donations and educating visitors.

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Junge Umweltschützer

SEA LIFE Munich is committed to getting children interested in the oceans and their protection. The ‘Young environmentalists’ (in German: Junge Umweltschützer) project was launched for this purpose.

At several meetings a year, the boys and girls not only get to look behind the scenes at SEA LIFE Munich, but also lend a hand. In the process, they learn what it means to protect the environment and the oceans. Over the course of the year, the ‘young environmentalists’ can look forward to many other exciting topics such as harvesting sharks, preparing animal food and taking water samples.

Each child and an accompanying person will also receive a free basic annual pass to explore the aquarium in the Olympic Park even more closely.