News Update February 2011
Our first seal pup this year
Damien, a grey seal pup, was brought into our hospital on 11th February 2011 as he seemed dehydrated, Damien
lethargic and had a lack of energy - which could mean low levels of glucose in his blood. When we got him back to the hospital we soon realised that he was very hard to handle! Damien weighed 22kg and certainly knew how to
use his weight! Click here to read more>>

Help Us to Help Them.....Each pup can cost up to £1,000 to rehabilitate, if you would like to sponsor a pup or make a donation towards their rehabilitation, please Click here for more details.

Roland the Octopus
Roland the Octopus, A.K.A. "HOUDINI" has broken his tank whilst exploring his new surroundings! Roland the Octopus
Octopuses are really clever and Roland managed to evade the animal care team here by digging a hole
under the filter plate.
At the end of February 2011, Roland was moved from the main aquarium to the marine hospital whilst
our team fix his tank.
Discovery Pool
Discovery Pool
Young visitors can enjoy the experience of holding crabs and touching starfish in our discovery pool area.
Your Photos
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Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary that you would like to submit to the gallery, please email pics to us.
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New for 2011
new for 2011
Resident Seals
Our resident common seals, Amber, Sally and Tyne are all doing really well.
Tyne, Resident Seal
Tyne is being greedy as usual and waits eagerly for Elliot to give her a fish.

Doris, our Animal Care Assistant,
along with Brutus, Phil and Oscar
enjoys target training during feeding time.
Brutus, Phil and Oscar (left to right)
Click here to see a larger version.

Beau, Jess, Charlie, Harvey (photo below) and Joepi are doing well! Our two new penguins, Elly and Dimi, are getting on really well with the other penguins.
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