News Update January 2015
Rescued Seal Pup
Madeleine, a common seal pup, was rescued on 15th October 2014 from Mundesley beach. She is now a very happy seal in the hospital´s weaning pool, this photo taken on 3rd January 2015 shows her looking so much better after treatment and TLC by the Animal Care team. She is now in her final stage of rehabilitation before being released back into the wild.

Click here to see a larger version of this and further photos taken on 3rd January 2015.

Click here to watch a short video of Madeleine.
Common Seals
Pendle really enjoys the new enclosure and is a real character, playing with the other seals and getting close to the visitors.
Asian Short-Clawed Otters
Its been four months since Mum Summer and her three boys, Smartie, Yorkie and Twix, returned home and it looks like they have never been away, they have settled in so well.
Humboldt Penguins
The Penguins look chilled out after a quick swim in their pool.

An interesting fact about here to learn more.
Ernie, the Green Sea Turtle, is enjoying a visit from his pal Noah from Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre.

Noah is currently on holiday as his ocean tank home at the Sea Life Centre in Great Yarmouth is currently having an amazing refurbishment. He should return home for Easter 2015.
Ernie and Noah
Could you hold and touch a Starfish, these brave children did, Al is explaining all about them.
Discovery Pool
P...P...Pick up a Penguin!
Forget about that advert with the can buy your own cuddly one from Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary - starting from £5.

Contact Angela Rudd, Retail and Front of House Manager, for more details.
A selection of Penguins on sale in the gift shop
Grey Seal Colony
Here is a selection of photos taken during a visit to a local colony.

The adult grey seals come to this beautiful beach to give birth to their pups every year between November and 2nd week of January.
Grey Seal Colony
Just click here or on the picture of your choice to see a selection of photos of pups on the beach.
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Click here to learn a more about the Seals in the wild.
If You Discover a Seal Pup in the Wild!
If you should discover a seal pup that seems to be in distress, or is alone, what you do next could mean the difference between life and death for the animal.

DO keep your distance;
DON´T attempt to handle the pup;
DON´T attempt to put the pup in the sea;
DON´T ignore the situation;
DO tell the appropriate organisation.
Call the Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary on 01485 533576.
Pup on beach
The animal care team is on call around the clock to race to the rescue of seal pups in trouble anywhere around the coast. Back at the Sanctuary, pups receive expert veterinary care and are gradually weaned from a liquid diet to whole fish in the purpose built hospital. Then it´s to the outdoor pools to gain weight and build strength and stamina ready to resume life in the wild.

Save Money on your Admission 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 up to 30%.

Plus you can also purchase SEA LIFE Annual Passes and Merlin Annual Passes.

When you click here or on the above link, it will take you through to Merlin Entertainments´
official booking website for Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary for the Best Price Guarantee.

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