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Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary

Southern Promenade
Hunstanton
Norfolk
PE36 5BH

Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary provides a vital role in the rescue, rehabilitation and eventual release back into the wild of numerous abandoned seal pups each year. It offers visitors the opportunity to discover not only the work carried out with the seals, but also the chance to view over 30 fascinating marine displays.

The recent introduction of our otter sanctuary has proved a great success. Our pair of Asian Short Clawed Otters are ideally suited to life in the public gaze...perfect ambassadors for the conservation cause of otters in the wild, including our dwindling native species the European otter.

The Kingdom of the Seahorse is a stable with a difference! A gathering of some of the cutest, most colourful, most endearing creatures in all the oceans. Some seahorses are also among the most endangered - hence the vital importance of the pioneering Sea Life breeding work that has helped to create this great new attraction.

Also, don't miss our brand new penguin sanctuary - a superb purpose built facility for the comical but loveable Humbolt penguins.

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    Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary Postcode for SatNav: PE36 5BH

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