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As well as helping millions of people to discover the marvels of the marine world the SEA LIFE network has an important role to play in helping safeguard our seas and their inhabitants for the future.
As well as fostering conservation through enhanced awareness,
SEA LIFE regularly makes a more direct contribution towards conservation and marine animal welfare.
In recent years a special programme has been established to manage and develop these activities. That programme is called Save Our Seas – S.O.S for short.
Many of the fish that humans eat are in danger of disappearing from our seas because too many are being caught. This is not the fault of fishermen. The blame can be laid squarely at the door of the bureaucrats who fail year after year, to set sensible limits on fishing which will allow populations to recover.
WWF decided to highlight this on-going problem with a fun computer game. The object is to get the seagull to ‘poop on the bureaucrat’ …not on the poor fishermen.
Dive into the depths of the ocean and travel back in time to the age of the dinosaurs. Feed a deadly Plesiosaurus using our state-of-the-art technology! Explore an exhibit filled with mysterious Mudskippers, Horse Shoe Crabs and other unusual creatures that lived in pre-historic times. Learn about their evolution and amazing survival skills. Don’t forget to compare yourself to a dinosaur in one of our interactive displays!
• Discover the prehistoric creatures that are still around today!
• Find out awesome facts about Horseshoe Crabs, mysterious Mudskippers and magical Nautilus in our new creature displays
SEA LIFE Brighton is open every day apart from Christmas Day. We are open for admissions between 10am and 5pm, closing at 6pm.
Children under 3 are free of charge
£17.50 per person, 2 or more together £14.50 each.