News Update for Summer 2016
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Resident Common Seals
Here is a selection of photos of the Resident Common Seals, Pippa, Lora, Macey and Boo, which were taken during August 2016. Just click on the photo below of your choice to see a larger version.
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Aquarium
The first phase of the refurbishment of the Aquarium has been completed with the removal of the herring ring.
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Lewis, Resident Otter

Lewis celebrated his 11th Birthday in July 2016. The staff made him an n´ice´ cake made of monkey nuts, roach and crayfish.

It is with great sadness that Lewis´s partner, Isla, had passed away on 10th August 2016. Isla, who arrived at the Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary in 2008, had been poorly for a few days with staff noticing she wasn´t eating properly. Click here to read more.

Here is a selection of photo of Lewis taken in August 2016.

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Out and About Photos
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Forthcoming Events

The Great British Beach Clean weekend with the Marine Conservation Society is on 16th - 20th September 2016, keep an eye on the MCS website for dates, times and locations of your nearest beach cleans!

It´s with great delight to announce that Santa and his real reindeer will be returning to the Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary on Sunday 11th December 2016!
Tickets are available now by clicking here for anyone feeling particularly organised! Santa and his real reindeer on 11th December 2016
Seal Experience?

Would you like to interact with the beautiful resident seals, Pippa, Lora, Macey and Boo, during your visit?

Click here for more details, the link will take you through to Merlin Entertainments´ official Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary website.

To avoid disappointment, please contact the Sanctuary direct on 01631 720386 prior to booking your Seal Experience to make sure there are places available. Remember Only two people per feeding session.
Seal Experience

Walk for Whales 2016
A huge Thank You to everyone who took part to raise awareness and money for The Whale and Dolphin Conservation charity which took place on 26th June 2016 at eleven Sea Life centres around the UK near you.
Walk for Whales

Conservation Work

The Conservation Cove and the new tanks were officially opened to the public at the beginning of July 2016.

Why not go along and learn about how you can protect marine environments...and maybe have a bit of fun at the same time.

Click here to find out more about the work carried out at the Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary.
Conservation Work at the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary

Interesting Fact
Did you know that the horseshoe crabs are more closely related to spiders than crabs? WOW!

Animal Adoptions

A special way to honour a birthday, special occasion or to commemorate the life of a loved one, while supporting an important cause.

Help us to maintain first class animal care at SEA LIFE.
Click here for more details.
Animal Adoptions


Latest Leaflet

Click here to download a printer friendly pdf version of the Sanctuary´s latest leaflet.

Save Money on your Entrance Tickets
Don´t forget to purchase your entrance tickets for single admission tickets, family tickets, group tickets, school bookings, etc., on-line in advance and Save Money. Plus you can also purchase SEA LIFE Annual Passes and Merlin Annual Passes.

When you click here or on the button right, it will take you through to Merlin Entertainments´ official Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary website for the Best Price Guarantee.
BOOK YOUR TICKETS ONLINE
A Frequent Question: I´m on holiday in the area and can´t print my entrance tickets.

Answer: If you cannot bring a print out of your confirmation email then please make sure you write down the booking reference number and bring this with you along with some ID and the card used to make the booking.

This news update has been put together by volunteers/supporters of the Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary.
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