|Scary Monsters Unveiled at Sea Life Sanctuary|
Some of the scariest looking creatures of the deep will be unveiled in a new attraction at Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary on Wednesday 31st March 2010.
Among the first to see them will be a group of Snettisham Primary School pupils who will get chance to compare living, breathing sea monsters with their own imaginary sea beasts.
|″We thought we should challenge them to draw and paint their own sea monsters and it will be fascinating to see what they´ve come up with,″ said Manager Nigel Croasdale.
″It´s unlikely that even the weirdest products of their lively young minds are going to be any scarier than the animals we will have on display though,″ he added.
The half-dozen youngsters will come eyeball to sinister black eyeball with insect-like Isopods, a giant deep-sea relative of the woodlouse.
Dragon moray eels will bare razor-sharp teeth at them from snake-like mottled white faces beneath peculiar antennae atop their heads.
Blood-sucking leeches and African tiger fish also feature, and giant Japanese spider crabs…with gangly legs that can reach a metre long.
Note to newsdesks
The launch of Scary Monsters will provide a host of good picture opportunities.
Date: Wednesday 31st March 2010
Place: Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary
Issued by the Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary
For more details, please contact Nigel Croasdale on 01485 533576
Date: 29th March 2010