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A Dolphin Calf is Saved

At dawn on Friday morning (31st December) a newborn bottlenose dolphin was saved and returned to the wild after a holidaymaker in Herolds Bay found it trapped between the rocks metres offshore.

                      
 

uShaka Sea World Releases Leatherback Turtle

leatherback turtle smluShaka Sea World receives approximately 15 – 20 stranded juvenile Loggerhead turtles from the Cape each year.

                      
 

International African Penguin Day 2 October 2010

Our little furry friends are in trouble, as their numbers are declining rapidly! In 2000 there were roughly 200 000 African Penguins, and by 2010 their numbers had decreased by 90%, leaving only 21 000 breeding pairs in the wild.

                      
 

25th International Beach Clean Up

uShaka Staff participated in the 25th International Beach Clean Up on Saturday 18th September. Here are some results...

                      
 

Minion the Sub-Antarctic Seal Dives Back Into The Ocean

minionrelease smlAfter seven months in Rehab, Minion, a young Sub-Antarctic Fur Seal returned to the ocean just before sunrise on the 2nd May 2014. 

                      
 

Meeting the Ultimate Marine Survivor

TurtleIf you make your way to the Treasure Chest in the Aquarium you will meet and perhaps touch an ultimate survivor – ask one of the staff members on duty for them by name and then see if you are brave enough to connect with a living fossil.

                      
 


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