News Update for Sept/October 2009
Terry Nutkins visits our Otters!
Our SEA LIFE girl,
Karen Richmond,
has bounced back with a vengeance from a devastating career blow that would have driven many to despair.
Terry Nutkins visits our Otters!
The 26-year-old's triumph over adversity reached a peak in September when Karen met her childhood idol Terry Nutkins, veteran wildlife presenter best known from "The Really Wild Show".   Click here to read more.
Trigger fish Local fisherman Peter Braham has caught two trigger fish in as many weeks just offshore from Oban.

Trigger fish are generally found in warmer waters closer to the Mediterranean, and their sudden appearance off the Scottish west coast could be yet more evidence of global warming, experts say.
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Lora and Lilly
Both Lora and Lilly are enjoying a bit of a rest now that our main season has come to a close.

They are, however, still enjoying their daily training sessions with our animal care team, and are still progressing well with each new stage.
Animal Adoptions
Every year, The Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary, rescues, rehabilitates, and releases injured and abandoned seal pups from around the coast of Scotland. Saving these unfortunate creatures from certain death requires a high degree of care and commitment.

By choosing to become a sponsor, your valuable contribution will ensure that your sponsored seal is given the best chance of making a full recovery which will enable it to safely return home to the wild.

Click here for more details.
If you have any photos of your visit to the Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary that you would like to submit to the gallery, please email them to us. To view our Visitor's Photos Gallery click here.

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