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Shark Trivias: Fact or Fiction?

September 12, 2017


Sharks are apex predators swimming at the top of their marine food chains. So it’s not surprising that they’re often portrayed as scary man-eaters in the media (Jaws, anyone?), but contrary to popular belief, most shark species are actually harmless to humans. Indeed, despite their scary reputation, most sharks actually prefer to feed on fish […]

Everything You Need to Know About Sharks

September 12, 2017


Few creatures strike fear in humans quite like the way sharks do. While many people think of sharks as ferocious predators, there’s definitely more to them than indiscriminate killers that eat anything in sight. Did you know that there are more than 500 known species of sharks residing in our oceans today? And believe it […]

5 Facts You Need to Know About Endangered Sea Creatures

August 31, 2017


Sadly, due to a changing climate and the harmful effects of human behaviour, many sea creatures across the world are becoming endangered. The oceans are home to an astonishing amount of life, from the gigantic blue whale (measuring up to 29.9 metres, and weighing up to 173 tonnes), to the miniscule paedocypris progenetica fish (measuring […]

A Day in the Life of an Aquarist

August 29, 2017


As a spectator, you may see the job of an aquarist as a hobbyist’s life of sheer bliss – which it is, at least for the most part. In reality, our work extends far beyond feeding fish and swimming with them. In this post, we’re taking you on a tour behind-the-scenes and showing you what […]

Blue Planet Aquarium seeks a Dive Officer. Salary: £18,000 per annum

August 28, 2017


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dedicated Dive professional to join our Zoological Team as Dive Officer at Blue Planet Aquarium.   About the Role Having overall responsibility for the Dive operation at Blue Planet Aquarium, you will lead, manage and train the dive team in all diving related activities. You will work with […]

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