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I went and thought it was pretty good, its walk through tunnel was good, it had several sharks, large stingray the size of a dinner table and a giant turtle. I managed to get a selfie with a stingray above me. You can get in cheaper using tesco or rac membership websites up to 50% off instead of buying direct from sealife website. There is a good range of sealife there including sea lions, penguins, tropical fish, giant crabs, large cat fish, octopus, jellyfish..

The tours they do however were not of interest to me listening to however only because they were said through loud speakers echoing off hard walls that hurt my sensitive ears, also
unless you have young kids to entertain I'd skip the 4D video, it's a cartoon, lol
 

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Blue lobster are extremely rare, they are like one in two million, however I never had any lobster in my life, its not something you see on the menu in the Midlands, the only marine food I recall eating is cod, haddock, salmon, tuna, prawn, octopus, crab, bass, caviar and whatever goes into the likes of fish sticks.. I never attracted to weird stuff like muscle or cockles and haven't had oysters either.
 
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