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International Day for Biological Diversity – 22nd May 2014

biofish smlAround 700 million people visit a Zoo or Aquarium annually – just imagine the impact if each of these people incorporated changes in their lifestyles which supported biodiversity.

                      
 

Wasabi arrives at uShaka Marine World's Sea World

In 1996 a young 300g Green turtle found herself stranded on the beach in Muizenburg in the Cape – a very long way from home.

                      
 

Helping children fulfill their dreams

Reach For A Dream fulfils the dreams of children between the ages of 3 and 18 who have been diagnosed as having a life-threatening illness by a medical practitioner.

                      
 

New Year Pups

129 resized 2Five beautiful, thorntail stingray pups were born in our large open ocean exhibit during the early hours of the New Year. The staff have been trying to predict when this would happen once they had noticed that the mother was pregnant approximately three months ago.

                      
 

Outreach to disadvantaged communities

uShaka Marine World bring children to the sea life and the sea life to the children. With the help of sponsorship from NPC CIMPOR, uShaka Marine World help disadvantaged schools learn about our oceans animals.

                      
 

Children from the KZN Society for the Blind visit Sea World

PenguinOn Friday, 12th August 2011, nine very enthusiastic pre- school children from the KZN Society for the Blind and their fellow care-givers visited uShaka Marine World on a sponsored educational excursion. The children had spent the entire term learning about animals and their educators felt that it is time for them to visit Sea World for an up close and personal experience with some of the creatures found at Sea World.

                      
 


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