During the National Lockdown, the animals at uShaka Sea World continue to enjoy the same high levels of care that we give them during normal times and all of our critical systems have continued to operate.
On the April 5th our SAAMBR team who are based at uShaka Marine World were able to celebrate a special moment. After seven weeks in rehabilitation, “Wrong”, the common tern was ready for release. – amid all the COVID-19 difficulties – this was an extra...
Africa's largest aquarium, Dolphin, Seal and Penguin shows and so much more! uShaka Sea World has so many fun and interesting things to see and do, we've given you a list to take with the next time you visit!
On the morning of Tuesday, 18 February, a team from Durban Metro Search and Rescue and Ezemvelo Kwa-Zulu Natal Wildlife staff rescued an injured loggerhead turtle from the breakwaters off North Pier and brought her to uShaka Sea World.
We are happy to report that Emily, the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) who was admitted to uShaka Sea World on the 7th of September 2019 with signs of lung trauma, is thankfully making great progress.
Following the devastating floods in eThekwini a couple of weeks ago, another crisis surfaced, litter-ally. A deluge of plastic waste washed down rivers into the harbour and onto our beaches.