Love Oceans Event at SeaQuarium Rhyl

- (Added 19. May. 2023)

Back by popular demand ‘Love our Oceans’ events are being held at SeaQuarium Rhyl from Saturday, 20th May to Sunday 4rd June 2023.  Its aim is to raise awareness of a crisis happening in our oceans..


The staff at Seaquarium are well versed in making sure that the environment provided for their aquatic residents is ideal. In the wild it is a very different story with increasing pollution, overfishing and habitat destruction damaging what is often taken for granted. 


During the ‘Love Oceans’ event visitors will be able to celebrate all that is good about the deep blue and to find out how even simple little things they do at home can make a big impact on the health of the oceans worldwide.


SeaQuarium has a vast number of creatures from oceans all around the world on display. One of the most fascinating of those creatures is the jellyfish! Guests are invited to come and see our moon jellyfish on display. Moon jellyfish are a delicate species made up of around 95% water. They are missing a brain, heart and blood! Yet they have a simple stomach and gonads for reproduction. These gonads can be seen as the four rings within the bell of the jellyfish! (that’s the squishy bit).

We’d also like our visiting guests to take a look at the display dedicated to the most dangerous thing in the oceans right now - litter!

“Love” will be the theme of the week as visitors find out which sea creature has the biggest heart, which species can survive without a heart and what unique animals are found in the heart of the ocean. With the hopes to encourage guests to love the oceans around themselves and in turn, take better care of them. They are also invited to investigate all sorts of fun and interesting facts such as what’s in a single drop of seawater.

Open from 10am daily SeaQuarium will have additional talks and demonstrations as well as a craft club for the children, where they can design their own sea creature, There is a paid Love Ocean trail where guests can learn a little more about the wonders of the ocean and receive a treat when the facts have been found..

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