Sea Life Centre – information
GUIDE : Okay, so hi, everybody On Welcome to the Sea Life Centre. Before you start on your tour, I just like to give you some information about things to look out for as you go. Well, first of all, I guess some of you may have been here before and may be surprised to see the name has changed. We’re not called Q11 world of water anymore. Since the beginning of this summer, we’ve been renamed and we’ve also made a few other changes.
However, the main attractions like the aquarium, the crocodiles, the penguins and so on are still here. But we have a new restaurant and the picnic area. And the latest thing that we have on it was only finished last week is the Q12 splash ride. This is an exciting new area of the center and is pretty scary and of course, you do get a bit wet, so make sure you’re not wearing your best clothes.
As I said, the main attractions are still here and the most popular thing. That everyone wants to see is feeding time, especially for the crocodiles and the seals. We used to have the main feeding time in the afternoon at around 3 pm but we found that some of the animals got a bit hungry waiting until then and so we now have it Q13 at noon. They see much happier with the new time, although it’s a bit difficult to know what they’re thinking.
Now, I’d like to mention something new that we’ve introduced this year that we’re very excited about. It’s called a VIP ticket. The VIP ticket costs an extra £2 per person and you will be amazed at what it allows you to do. this you’ll be allowed to Q14 feed the sharks.
Now I know that for some people, this might be quite a frightening thing to do. But it is perfectly safe. For those of you who are a bit unsure. We do have a video you can watch to see what happens. It’s a great experience, and your friends will be very impressed.
Speaking a friends, I just like to remind you that the Sea Life Centre will be more than happy to organize a Q15 birthday party for you and your family and friends. If you need more details, you can speak to me afterwards and there are also forms at the entrance that you can fill in.
I’d also like to bring your attention to the good work that the Sea Life Centre is doing in the support of animal conservation. I’m sure you’re all aware of the worrying situation, with a large number of species facing extinction. Here at the Sea Life Centre, we’re taking action by asking as many people as possible to sign a petition. Once we have over 5000 signatures, we’re planning to send it to the Q16 government in the hope that more people will begin to take it seriously.
Right. Well, there’s obviously a lot going on at the center and a lot of things to discover. At all the attractions there is helpful information, so please read as much as you can. And if you want to see what you’ve remembered, please do Q17 the quiz after your visit. There are no prizes, of course, but I’m sure you’ll be surprised by how much you’ve learned
So before I leave you all to start your tour, I’ve just got a few tips. There are a large number of attractions, and you may not have time to see them all. Of course, there are the old favorites, like the aquarium and the Crocodile Cave. But if you don’t have time to see everything, Q18 make sure you visit Turtle Town, which is beyond the aquarium and the seal center. This is very special and has a large number of endangered species, and as it’s at the far corner of the Sea Life Centre, it often gets overlooked.
I also have to apologize for the Q19 Penguin Park. This has needed some urgent work to be done and so will not be open for the next week. We’re very sorry about this, but I’m sure you’ll find the Seal center, which is directly opposite. It will keep you entertained just as much if not more.
We’re also very busy today, as you may have noticed on your way in. Everyone starts here at the aquarium, but as it’s so big, there’s no waiting to get in. But Q20 today we’re expecting a lot of people to want to see the crocodile cave as a couple of eggs have hatched out. So expect delays there. And if you like, move on to the seal center first and then go back when things a quieter towards the end of the day,
so I’ll leave you now. But if you have any questions, I won’t be far away and have a great time at the Sea Life Centre.