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Welcome to our blogs, filled with fun and varied fishy info! Learn more about the animals we have at Blue Planet Aquarium, as well as others across the World’s oceans and how you can help protect them too.

Happy reading!

What is Seagrass and Why Is It Important?

Touted as one of the most important natural solutions to the global fight against climate change, seagrass is more vital...

Lionfish: Everything You Need to Know

Few fish are as striking to look at and as intimidating to learn about as the lionfish (Pterois spp). These...

Everything You Need to Know About Stick Insects

Among the wonders of the natural world, stick insects hold a special place for their remarkable ability to blend seamlessly...

How Much Do You Know About Our Oceans?

The ocean is incredibly vast, home to a multitude of life forms from huge mammals to the smallest plankton. What’s...

Axolotls: A Look into Their Habitat, Life Cycle and Conservation Status

We’re very excited here at Blue Planet Aquarium to announce our harem of Axolotls have a new enclosure in our...

6 Fun Facts about Sea Anemones

Sea anemones are a crucial part of any marine ecosystem, offering sanctuary to some animals and food for others. Actiniaria...

The 7 biggest sharks of Blue Planet Aquarium and the world

Sharks are some of the most thrilling and beautiful creatures in the whole world, not to mention the whale shark...

7 Famous Marine Scientists You Should Know

Marine scientists and biologists have contributed an incredible amount to the health, wellbeing and safety of our planet, and that...

6 Things You Need to Know About Carpet Sharks

Sharks are some of the most diverse and fascinating creatures in the ocean, with over 500 species swimming through our...

What are the Most Intelligent Sea Creatures?

With the sheer amount of different species in our world, it’s no wonder that there are some really clever animals...

What is Biodiversity?

The world’s ecosystems are a delicate balance, designed to create a sustainable habitat for the earth’s animals, plants and other...

What Are the Rarest Fish in the World?

Either as a result of evolution or through no fault of their own, some fish are considerably rarer than others...

Learn All About the Anatomy of a Shark

Sharks really are magnificent creatures, and with so many different species, they are a fascinating group of aquatic animals that...

How do Chameleons Change Colour?

We’re sure you’d agree that animals are capable of some impressive behaviour – whether it’s orcas working as a team...

5 Ways to Spend May Half Term in Cheshire

With the half term holidays fast approaching, there’s no shortage of ways you can keep the whole family entertained –...
Cuvier's dwarf Caiman

Dinosaurs of the Sea: Ocean Life in the Prehistoric Era

From sharks as big as buses to carnivorous whales and giant sea-lizards, these enormous predators made pre-historic oceans a truly...

Where to See the Best of Nature in Cheshire

There are many beautiful hotspots around the UK where you can see some of the world’s best wildlife with your...
School kids with Bathoscope

5 Reasons to Take a Class Trip to an Aquarium

The ocean makes up most of our planet, and the creatures that dwell in the ocean are enchanting and endlessly...

6 Facts You Should Know About Cichlids

It’s thought there are well over 1,000 different species of cichlid, making them an incredibly diverse family of fish. In...

Turtles vs Tortoises: How to Tell the Difference

Throughout the animal kingdom, there are various creatures that look alike but are entirely different species, such as hares and...

5 Things to Do in Cheshire Over Winter

While they may be cold, the winter months offer so much in the way of natural beauty and things to...

Is a Gecko a Lizard?

Reptiles are a fascinating group of animals, with a plethora of species that leave us awestruck. Among these, geckos stand...
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Inside Sharks’ Mouths: Everything you Need to Know About Shark Teeth

Sharks are fascinating creatures, and one of the most iconic features of these apex predators is their teeth. Shark’s teeth...
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Tarantula Anatomy: Learn all about the furry friends’ bodies!

To some, tarantulas are scary, creepy crawlies who should be kept away from, but for others, tarantulas are furry little...
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Which Creatures Hibernate?

Hibernation is a term taken from the animal kingdom that most people will have heard of but that few will...
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Why Do Snakes Shed their Skin?

Have you ever heard the phrase “being comfortable in your own skin”? For a snake, this takes on a whole...
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What’s the Difference Between the Ocean and the Sea?

It’s always tempting to use “sea” and “ocean” interchangeably – we may even be guilty of it ourselves! But there...
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Saying Goodbye to Kevin.

We are saddened to announce Kevin, our Giant Pacific Octopus has passed away. Kevin had reached maturity which sadly brought...
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Which Sea Creature Are You?

Obsessed with all the different sea creatures floating around across the world? We get it – sometimes we prefer them...
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Do Fish Sleep at Night?

If you’ve ever wondered, “do fish sleep at night?”, you’re not alone. It’s amazing how many visitors to Blue Planet...
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Discover: The Caribbean Sea

Each year, the Caribbean Sea brings millions of tourists to the countries and islands that are on it. With such...

Animals that Camouflage: How Does it Work?

Now you see them now you don’t! There are a number of sea creatures that have developed the ability to...

5 Weird and Wonderful Sharks You Should Know About

Sharks are one of the Earth’s most ancient creatures – they were on this Earth before trees even existed. They’ve...

How Many Marine Animals Are There?

With over 70% of the planet covered by water, it’s no wonder there are parts of it that we haven’t...

8 Family Days Out in the North West

The summer holidays are upon us, and that means the great scramble to fill six weeks with fun stuff has...

Why are Coral Reefs Bleaching?

There’s no denying it – coral reefs are truly beautiful, but they have a sad story behind them. Coral reefs...

BRICKLIVE Ocean Exhibit Makes a Splash at Blue Planet Aquarium This Summer!

Visitors to Blue Planet Aquarium are in for a whale-y-good time this summer, as the highly anticipated BRICKLIVE Ocean Exhibition...

6 Fun Facts About Tarantulas

It’s safe to say that tarantulas aren’t the most friendly-looking of creatures, despite their furry appearance. They are often depicted...

Can You Name the Famous Pooch?

Puppies and dogs are regularly stealing hearts in our everyday lives. But have you ever thought about just how many...

How to Become a Marine Biologist

So, you’re looking to become a marine biologist? Wise choice! Here at Blue Planet Aquarium, we have the pleasure of...

Is Coral a Plant or an Animal? 8 Interesting Facts

It’s hard to picture the ocean without the wonderful colours and shapes of the coral reef. And, if we’re being...
Butterflyfish

The Different Species of Butterflyfish

Here’s everything you need to know about these fun and docile creatures of the deep...
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Life Cycle of a Frog: Explained

Because the life cycle of frogs is such an intriguing topic, we thought it would be fun to talk through...
Spinner dolphins underwater in blue ocean

The Ocean Food Chain: Explained

Here, we’ll be swimming through the different levels of the ocean food chain, looking at how it works, and what...

What is the Great Barrier Reef?

The Great Barrier Reef is one of those precious few places on Earth that must be seen to be believed...

Favourite Picks!

We love our animals at Blue Planet Aquarium, but even though we don’t want to admit it, we all have...

Egg Hunt x Shark Trust!

Beach clean-ups help protect the marine ecosystem by removing the trash that poses a danger to aquatic animals and plants! Thousands of...

We all just want to have Oceans of FUN!

What a Jaw-some first few days we’ve had!🦈 There’s been lots of fin-tastic games and dancing from everyone! The team...

Our Guest Experience, Conservation & Education Manager

We are dedicated to ensuring our guests have the best experience that can be achieved. Say Hello to Steff Cook...

JAW-some Crafts!

What a Turt-ely amazing half term we’ve had! As it draws to an end, let’s dive in and take a...

Toxicity!

Come and visit our newly developed toxicity display including the world’s most poisonous frog, we invite you to crawl inside...

King of the Aquarium!

We are proud to announce the arrival of Discus Fish at Blue Planet Aquarium! They are located in our Flooded...

Half Term – Sharks & Crafts!

Lets Get Crafty This Half Term! Whether you’re a creative mastermind or a parent looking for some fun, crafts to...

Fishing for the perfect Valentine’s date?

Follow our four step guide for shrimp-ly the perfect valentines evening for you and your loved one or friend, which...

Port Jackson Sharks have arrived at Blue Planet Aquarium

We are proud to announce a new arrival of shark species! They are located in our Caribbean Reef tank! Like...
Diver swimming next to Shark at Blue Planet Aquarium

Jaw-some Dive Experiences

Come face to fin with one of Europe’s largest collection of sharks as you dive in at Blue Planet Aquarium!...
long spined porcupinefish morning stretch

Pufferfish of Blue Planet Aquarium

The Pufferfish of Blue Planet Aquarium capture the adoration of many of our visitors. These cute-looking, smiley fish make almost...
Dinosaurs Vs Sharks

Dinosaurs Vs Sharks! Which is better?

There’s an important question, that’s troubled people for a long time, which are better Dinosaurs or Sharks? In this post...
Giant Pacific Octopus

Giant Pacific Octopus – Animal Spotlight

The Giant Pacific Octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) is regarded as the largest known species of Octopus. They have an average arm...
4 years old balloon at the aquarium

Birthday Parties at Blue Planet

What to expect from birthday parties at Blue Planet Birthday parties at Blue Planet really make a splash! Have up-close...
teacher with school children at the aquarium

School trips & Educational Visits 2022

Arranging a school trip to Blue Planet We aim to make it as easy as possible for educators to arrange...
Curator removing stitches from a snake

What a Curator does and why it’s important

Meet Dave. He has a very important job. He is the Curator of Blue Planet Aquarium. What is a Curator?...
Sand tiger shark

Sharks of Blue Planet: Sand Tiger Sharks

Sand Tiger Sharks – Looks can be deceiving Sand Tiger Sharks look scary at first glance with their long, sleek...
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The scuba divers of Blue Planet

Scuba divers of Blue Planet Aquarium If you’re like me, you may be curious about what Scuba Divers in a...
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Save Coral Reefs: it’s important to biodiversity, society and life as we know it.

Mutualistic relationship of coral and zooxanthellae. Most coral has a mutualistic relationship with special algae called zooxanthellae. Zooxanthellae live inside...
Boy with Shark Jaw

We’re elated to be opening our doors once again!

On Monday 17th May, Blue Planet Aquarium will be re-opening its doors to welcome visitors once again.Following a tumultuous start...
Sand Tiger Shark

The growing shark family: Arabian Carpet Shark

Arabian Carpet Sharks Arabian Carpet Shark (Chiloscyllium arabicum) Here at Blue Planet Aquarium, we have a large variety of sharks...
Sand Tiger Shark

Comparing the size of sharks

From great whites to whale sharks, there’s no denying that some sharks are true behemoths of the sea. But how...
bumblebee poison frog

All About the Poison Dart Frog: Weird and Wonderful Facts

In this post, we’re showcasing the poison dart frog in all its weirdness and beauty, filling you in on everything...
Aquarist feeding Pelicans

Blue Planet Aquarium Temporarily Closed Again

Blue Planet Aquarium must sadly close its doors again in response to Cheshire being put into tier3 on 26th December...
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The importance of the Coral Reef

In this guide, we’re shining a light on the beauty and significance of coral reefs, exploring what they are and...
Visitors with Bathoscope

Blue Planet Aquarium is Back Open!

Blue Planet Aquarium is thrilled to announce we will be re-opening our doors from Wednesday 2nd December following our closure...
Scuba Divers hugging underwater

Christmas Gift Ideas with Blue Planet Aquarium

Make memories like no where else, with our unique gift ideas! Blue Planet Aquarium is the North West’s biggest aquarium...
Cichlid

Second Temporary Closure for Blue Planet Aquarium

Blue Planet Aquarium will sadly close its doors once again in response to the country’s second lockdown. The site will...
Dalmatian Pelican face

All About the Dalmatian Pelican: Weird and Wonderful Facts

From its preferred habitat to its crafty method of catching a meal, here, we’re showcasing all that’s great about the...
Clownfish in anemone

Building a DIY Aquarium at Home: A Beginner’s Guide

To help you take the first steps towards building a DIY aquarium at home, we’ve put together this beginner’s guide...
Splotch eye soldier fish school

10 of the Best Ocean Documentaries to Stream at Home

We've collected 10 of the best ocean documentaries that you and your family can watch together without worrying about getting...
Eels

The Longest-Living Sea Creatures in the World

Here, we’re exploring the longest-living creatures in our seas, giving you the lowdown on why they live as long as...
Clown Triggerfish

How to Make a Jam Jar Aquarium with Kids

Making these colourful jam jar aquariums is easy enough for even the youngest members of your household to get involved...
Scuba Diver

Meet Our Keepers: What’s it Like to Look After Sharks

Want to learn more about sharks? We're chatting to dive officer, Joe Cross, about life swimming with these amazing creatures...
Stars & stripes Pufferfish

The Internet’s Favourite Animal Crossing Villagers Revealed

We’ve analysed Google searches for Animal Crossing to find out the most (and least) popular characters and items, and to...
Cakes

How to Make Mermaid Cupcakes – and Other Ocean-Inspired Desserts

To help inspire you and your child’s next ocean-inspired baking session, here are a few recipes for you to try...
Sand Tiger Shark

Everything You Wanted to Know About Sharks (But Were Afraid to Ask)

We’ve put together a guide on everything you need to know about sharks, so you can get to grips with...
Cichlids

The Extraordinary Fish of Lake Malawi: Africa’s Freshwater Phenomenon

To celebrate the natural treasure that is Lake Malawi, here we’re taking a look at the lake, its species, and...
Visitors pointing in Lake Malawi Exhibit

Siberian Sturgeon – The Russian Gold Mine

The Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii) is a large species of fish that can measure up to 2 metres long. The...
Diver posing for photo

Blue Planet Aquarium is still blowing bubbles after 20 years of dives!

With the first dives done in August 2000, this month marks the 20 year anniversary of our extremely popular, PADI...
Hold your gaze BIAZA competition winner

Shark Dive Photograph Wins at Annual Photography Competition

Blue Planet Aquarium is thrilled to announce that its own staff member, Donovan Lewis, has won the annual BIAZA (British...
Blue Planet Aquarium Scuba Diver

Tequila Splitfin: Facing Extinction for 20 Years

The Tequila splitfin (Zoogoneticus tequila), is a small freshwater fish measuring up to 8cm long – with females being slightly...
Shark overhead in Shark tunnel

Visitors ‘shoal’ back to Blue Planet Aquarium

The North West’s shark-loving public has been back visiting Blue Planet Aquarium this weekend for their o’fish’al re-opening!The aquarium, located...
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Blue Planet Aquarium temporarily closes

Blue Planet Aquarium Closes Temporarily in Response to COVID-19 As a precautionary measure and in an effort to protect the...
Child looking at Cuvier's Dwarf Caiman through Glass

Blue Planet Aquarium – Coronavirus statement for visitors

  Blue Planet Aquarium Directors letter Hello Visitor, Blue Planet Aquarium would like to reassure you that we are doing...
Sand Tiger Shark

Sharks of the world: Find out what’s swimming in the deep

Did you know sharks come in lots of different shapes and sizes? In fact, there are over 500 species of...
Seahorses

Romance Beneath The Waves

 For us humans, love is one of the most important things in our lives. From a dozen red roses and...
Dave on a beach clean

How Plastic Pollution Is Damaging Our Oceans

Plastic is a cheap useful material that has transformed our lives over the past few decades. From water bottles to...
Clown Triggerfish

Chromis, New at Blue Planet Aquarium 2020

CHROMIS Known for their bright colours, Chromis are one of the less-aggressive species of damselfish. Considered to be playful in...
Picasso Triggerfish and Clown Triggerfish

“Freddie” the Queen Triggerfish arrives at Blue Planet Aquarium

 Little Fish – Big pond! It’s an exciting time here at Blue Planet Aquarium! This week we have had the...
Scuba Santa waving

Christmas Under the Sea

We’re in full Christmas mode here at Blue Planet Aquarium. Our very own Scuba Santa is diving in our tank...
Sand Tiger Shark swimming above diver

Every thought you’ll have whilst diving with sharks at Blue Planet Aquarium

 The idea of diving with sharks can bring a mix of feelings. A little fear but also excitement to get...
Boy with Shark Jaw

‘I love sharks because…’ competition!

Here at Blue Planet, we love our sharks. From the Sand Tiger to the Blacktip Reef Shark, we’ve all got...
Cichlid

10 Weird & Wonderful Facts About Blue Planet Creatures

 We’re proud to have such a diverse range of wildlife here are Blue Planet Aquarium. From swift sharks and feisty...
Drone Shot of Aquarium

Warm welcome to the Wirral Mini club

Blue Planet Aquarium yesterday welcomed a collection of Mini cars both classic and modern, when the Wirral Mini Club visited...
Visitor taking photo of fish

Top 10 Things To Do In Cheshire

Thinking of a staycation this summer? Whether you’re looking for a romantic escape or family adventure, Cheshire has something for...
Visitor with hand against the glass at Lake Malawi exhibit

The Great Oceans Getaway: Summer at Blue Planet Aquarium

26 July to 1 September 2019 Can’t decide on your perfect holiday destination? Why choose when you can visit Blue...
Sand Tiger Shark

Where Do Sharks Live? Fun Facts About Shark Habitat

Everyone knows that sharks live in the water, but what else do you really know about sharks and their habitats?...
Sea Anemone

Sea Anemones collaboration

Investigating climate change and conservation in sea anemones In a collaborative venture, Blue Planet Aquarium and the University of Liverpool...
Blue Planet Team on a beach clean

A Sea of Single-Use

Plastic is one of the largest problems for our waterways across the globe. Single-use plastics in particular fuel this excessive...
Boy with Shark Jaw

The 10 things you need to ask your kids at the aquarium

There’s always something new to see at Blue Planet Aquarium in Cheshire. From Europe’s largest collection of sharks to our...
Flounder, Lesser spotted Dogfish, Crabs and visitors

The Most Venomous Fish in the World: Top 5 Stonefish Facts

The stonefish is the most venomous of all fish. It can produce venom that’s most lethal to humans; it can...
Donovan with a shark's egg (Mermaid's Purse)

Easter Event: The Legend of the Mermaid’s Purse

Looking for an egg-cellent Easter event and something egg-citing to do during the school holidays? You can step into an...
jellyfish

6 Deadliest Deep Sea Predators: and How They Catch Their Prey

If you’re thinking about coming to our Predators event this half term, you’ll be relieved to know that the sharks...
Divers making a heart with their hands

Valentine’s night at Blue Planet Aquarium

Love Is In The Aquarium ❤️ Love is well and truly in the air this February at Blue Planet Aquarium...
Lionfish with fins spread

Meet the Predators – February Half Term

Half Term at Blue Planet Aquarium: Meet the Predators Unleash your dangerous side this February half term as we show...
Nurse Shark over tunnel

Shaky the Shark brings festive cheer to hospital children

Shaky the Shark brought festive cheer this week to the Children’s ward at the countess of Chester hospital. Countess Fundraising...
Shark and diver

The Great British Bucket List: Top 10 Things to Do Before You Die

Have you ever created a ‘bucket list’? What do you think of when you hear the term? No doubt the...
Lionfish

Half Term: What’s On?

Half Term: What’s On? Nevermind the trick this Halloween month, it’s all about the treats this half term at Blue...
Divers making a heart with their hands

First Dates: Seeking Daring, Shark-Diving Daters

Nothing says ‘romance’ like some fun beneath the waves, right? Grab your love goggles, because Blue Planet Aquarium is sending...
archerfish with reflection in the waters surface

FAQ’s for this Sunday’s Magical Mermaid Day

MAGICAL MERMAID DAY FAQ: What sort of ticket will I need to buy to come to Magical Mermaid Day? You...
Dave on a beach clean

How to Do a #2MinuteBeachClean

Over 800 million tonnes of plastic makes its way into our oceans every year! Plastic bags, nets, bottles, and more...
Cuvier's dwarf Caiman picture

11 Living Creatures that Coexisted with Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs had a good run of more than 180 million years, until an asteroid came along and wiped out life...
Zebra Shark and scuba diver with feeding bucket

Shark Week at Blue Planet Aqaurium

Its Shark Week and we’re celebrating by telling you all about our sharks. First up We have Wilma She’s the...
Diver posing for photo

20 Years of Blue Planet Aquarium

All aboard for our 20th anniversary! Since our opening in 1998, Blue Planet Aquarium has been inspiring encounters with incredible...
Zebra Shark

Why Are Sharks Endangered: Top 5 Questions Answered

Sharks are disappearing! These fascinating fish have been around for hundreds of millions of years – long before the dinosaurs...
School kids with Bathoscope

Blue Planet Aquarium adds new fishy feature thanks to Neston High students

We’ve unveiled our newest feature here at Blue Planet Aquarium thanks to our friends at Neston High School! Check it...
Stars & stripes Pufferfish

Earth Day: 48 Days of Blue

Did you know that more than 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water, and that the ocean is...
Zebra Shark

The Big A-Z of Sharks

Are you scared of sharks? If so, that’s too bad, because there are loads of bizarre but completely true facts...
Eels

How to Conserve Water: 7 Dos and Don’ts

Conserving water has never been so important to our planet. Cutting back on water usage doesn’t only help conserve a...
Bumblebee Poison dart frog on a leaf

World Wildlife Day 2018: 18 Ways to Help Preserve Wildlife

The gloom-and-doom reports concerning the fate of wildlife around the world can make the situation seem rather hopeless at times...
Grouper on Exhibit floor

Creature Case Study: Goliath Grouper

The largest grouper in the Western Hemisphere, the goliath grouper – scientifically known as Epinephelus itajara – can reach up...
Flare The Sand Tiger Shark

Creature Case Study: Sand Tiger Shark

The sand tiger shark – not to be confused with the tiger shark – can often be perceived as quite...
Two Stingrays above visitor in Shark tunnel

Half Term at Blue Planet Aquarium: What You Can Expect from Your Visit

It’s back again! Half term has arrived and here at Blue Planet Aquarium, we have some fin-tastic activities to sink...
Female Cuckoo Wrasse, bony or cartilaginous?

Cartilaginous Fish vs. Bony Fish

There are two types of fish that can be quite difficult to tell apart. Firstly cartilaginous fish have skeletons composed...
Giant Pacific Octopus

Helpful Facts to Satisfy Your Octopus Curiosities

Octopuses don’t live on land. As a result, you might never have seen a live one before. You may also...
Member of the Blue Planet Dive Team

The Great White Life – Trouble In paradise, Donovan’s latest blog.

Hello again, in this blog I will be talking about something a little bit different. I will be talking about...
Visitors pointing in Lake Malawi Exhibit

How do ocean currents affect climate?

Ocean currents affect climates on their neighbouring landmasses. Currents are a continuous and directed movement of the ocean water. This...
Member of the Blue Planet Dive Team

Donovan’s Great White Adventure – The surprises continue!

The Great White Life – Into the Blue Hello again, Since the last blog entry concerning the White Shark dissection a...
Member of the Blue Planet Dive Team

Donovan’s Great White Adventure takes an unexpected turn

The Great White Life – A first in South Africa. Hello again, if you remember in the first blog entry...
Member of the Blue Planet Dive Team

The Great White Life – Donovan Lewis’ Big Adventure

 The Great White Life – The arrival Hello, my name is Donovan Lewis. If you’ve seen the posts on the...
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10 Reasons Your Toddler Will Love Blue Planet Aquarium

What makes the perfect day out for your little one? Whether it’s cute animals or exotic creatures, educational play dates...
Giant Pacific Octopus

OCTOPUS CELEBRATION AT BLUE PLANET AQUARIUM

AQUARIUM CELEBRATES WORLD OCTOPUS DAY Blue Planet Aquarium, Cheshire Oaks is to celebrate World Octopus Day on Saturday, October 8th...
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STUDENTS’ JELLYFISH-INSPIRED ARTWORK

A giant jellyfish-inspired artwork which was created by students from a Cheshire high school is to go on public display...
Nurse shark head on

SUPERSIZED SHARK WEEK IS HERE!

Blue Planet Aquarium is going shark crazy over the May Half Term Holidays (May 28th – June 5th). ‘Supersized Shark...
Picasso triggerfish with damselfish

Stock-take at Blue Planet Aquarium

A stock-take with a difference has been taking place at Blue Planet Aquarium, Cheshire Oaks over the past week. Each...
Nurse shark front on

JURASSIC SHARK – EVENT SPECTACULAR AT BLUE PLANET AQUARIUM

This Easter holiday Blue Planet Aquarium in Cheshire Oaks is inviting visitors to sink their teeth in to a brand...

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