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Seahorse Kingdom
Rays
Ocean Tunnel
SHIPWRECK
Rockpool
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WOW FACT

Seahorses can move each of their eyes independently; so they can look backwards and forwards at the same time

Seahorses may sound like mythical creatures but here you can see just how real they are! In this kingdom seahorses grip at seagrass with their curly tails and suck up tiny shrimp with their straw-like snouts. Seadragons bob slowly past the window; with deep purple stripes, splatters of vibrant orange, and seaweed-like appendages... you've never seen anything like these before!

Male seahorses are the only male animals to give birth!

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Seahorses can move each of their eyes independently; so they can look backwards and forwards at the same time

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WOW FACT

Seahorses can move each of their eyes independently; so they can look backwards and forwards at the same time

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Seahorses may sound like mythical creatures but here you can see just how real they are! In this kingdom seahorses grip at seagrass with their curly tails and suck up tiny shrimp with their straw-like snouts. Seadragons bob slowly past the window; with deep purple stripes, splatters of vibrant orange, and seaweed-like appendages... you've never seen anything like these before!

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Seahorses may sound like mythical creatures but here you can see just how real they are! In this kingdom seahorses grip at seagrass with their curly tails and suck up tiny shrimp with their straw-like snouts. Seadragons bob slowly past the window; with deep purple stripes, splatters of vibrant orange, and seaweed-like appendages... you've never seen anything like these before!

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Male seahorses are the only male animals to give birth!

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Male seahorses are the only male animals to give birth!

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Rays

In the shallow Atlantic waters, beneath an old pier, you'll arrive next at the lagoon that is rippling with beautiful rays! These curious creatures are graceful to watch from above but don't forget to take a look through the window below to see the mouth and gills on the underside of their bodies as they pass on by. Our eagle eyed guests may even spot a ray's egg hidden in the sand.

Some rays and sharks lay eggs called Mermaid's Purses!

WOW FACT

Green sea turtles are the second largest species of marine turtle. The largest recorded green sea turtles weigh over 300kg… that's as heavy as a fully grown tiger!

Take a stroll under the sea as you pass through our amazing 360° glass tunnel. Shoals of glittering fish flutter along beside you whilst our enormous green sea turtle glides slowly over your head. Look out and discover our black tip reef sharks or our lazy Nurse shark hiden on the seabed without paying much attention to what happens around him.

WOW FACT

One of the biggest threats to turtles are plastic bags because turtles mistake the bags for jellyfish and eat them.

WOW FACT

Green sea turtles are the second largest species of marine turtle. The largest recorded green sea turtles weigh over 300kg… that's as heavy as a fully grown tiger!

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WOW FACT

Green sea turtles are the second largest species of marine turtle. The largest recorded green sea turtles weigh over 300kg… that's as heavy as a fully grown tiger!

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Take a stroll under the sea as you pass through our amazing 360° glass tunnel. Shoals of glittering fish flutter along beside you whilst our enormous green sea turtle glides slowly over your head. Look out and discover our black tip reef sharks or our lazy Nurse shark hiden on the seabed without paying much attention to what happens around him.

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Take a stroll under the sea as you pass through our amazing 360° glass tunnel. Shoals of glittering fish flutter along beside you whilst our enormous green sea turtle glides slowly over your head. Look out and discover our black tip reef sharks or our lazy Nurse shark hiden on the seabed without paying much attention to what happens around him.

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WOW FACT

One of the biggest threats to turtles are plastic bags because turtles mistake the bags for jellyfish and eat them.

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WOW FACT

One of the biggest threats to turtles are plastic bags because turtles mistake the bags for jellyfish and eat them.

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SHIPWRECK

You’ll continue your journey of discovery as you explore the mysterious depths of the Atlantic Ocean! It’s cold, it’s deep… and full of creatures who are truly out of this world! We have thoussands of AMAZING creatures that are waiting to be discovered!

INTERACTIVE ROCKPOOL

Have you ever wanted to stroke a starfish, tickle a sea anemone or feel the shell of a crab? Now’s your chance, because at our rocking rockpools you can do both! Our experts will be on hand through this unique opportunity to learn more about these fascinating micro-habitats and the incredible creatures that thrive in them.

Sea anemones have
no brain, heart or blood!

Breed Rescue Protect

Conservation is at the heart of what we do at SEA LIFE Roma. There are plenty of opportunities to learn about the threats facing marine life and what you can do to help as you explore with us. In this area you will find out more about what SEA LIFE and the SEA LIFE Trust are doing to help threatened marine life and perhaps help us out yourself by signing one of our petitions or picking up a free sustainable seafood guide.

Around 75% (that's three quarters) of the world’s coral reefs are threatened by human activity.

Imortant information

At this stage we do not have a definitive time frame for the opening of the attraction. However as soon as the site is handed over to us, we will be ready to proceed with getting the attraction opened as quickly and safely as possible. If you would like further information please reach out to the team at EUR SpA.