Kids go free at Sea Life Hun­stan­ton

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Wow 24/7 -

This week we have teamed up with SEA LIFE Hun­stan­ton to of­fer our read­ers this great sum­mer saver - free en­try for a child. Hun­stan­ton SEA LIFE Sanc­tu­ary is Nor­folk’s only seal sanc­tu­ary open to visi­tors and is home to over 2,000 crea­tures, from tiny shrimps to Ama­zo­nian Pi­ra­nhas!

It also boasts a state of the art marine aquar­ium tak­ing visi­tors on a mem­o­rable un­der­sea odyssey filled with amaz­ing close en­coun­ters with sea crea­tures of as­ton­ish­ing va­ri­ety in spec­tac­u­lar ‘high-tech’ dis­plays.

Don’t miss the ded­i­cated seal res­cue hospi­tal where staff res­cue, re­ha­bil­i­tate and re­lease to the wild more than 40 or­phaned or sickly Grey and Com­mon seal pups ev­ery year. Visi­tors can see the new ar­rivals - ju­ve­niles in the nurs­ery ward, a spa­cious out­door pool with un­der­wa­ter view­ing area.

Other high­lights in­clude an ot­terly adorable fam­ily of Asian Short Clawed Ot­ters, a Colony of Hum­boldt Pen­guins and a whole host of spec­tac­u­lar marine crea­tures.

New for 2016 are the Rain­for­est Rangers who are ready to show you some of their jun­gle beast­ies.

If you’ve ever wanted to hold a snake, lizard or a gi­ant creepy crawly from the deep­est depths of the jun­gle, visit Hun­stan­ton SEA LIFE to meet the new Rain­for­est Rangers and all of their friends.

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