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.
Scary Monsters Unveiled at Sea Life Sanctuary
″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
Time: 11am
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

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