SEA LIFE Manchester launches egg-citing quest for guests to find missing shark eggs

From 6th April until 28thApril, visitors to SEA LIFE Manchester will become with newest recruits of the Jawsome Rangers with a brand new Easter shark-egg hunt!

Take a dive into the deep and follow an egg-citing Easter activity trail to find a variety of species of shark eggs in amongst the tanks.

Each egg will have a cracking shark egg fact, plus a secret letter. These letters can then be unscrambled to reveal the code word for the newest Jawsome Ranger to collect their special Easter reward to take home*.

This is an additional element to SEA LIFE Manchester’s Jawsome Sharks trail, where guests will be tasked with helping Professor Finn locate the large Play-Doh model shark teeth in the tanks. This latest activity from SEA LIFE marks an exciting collaboration with Play-Doh, offering guests exclusive hands on creative play for hours of fun.  

As they hunt for the missing shark’s teeth and shark eggs, guests will discover facts about the different species of sharks and will have the chance to learn more about the SEA LIFE sharks and rays. 

At the end of the trail Professor Finn will also greet the new Jawsome Rangers and share some of his expert knowledge of the fascinating sharks. 

The new trainee rangers will also have the opportunity to get hands on with some shark related items including models of shark teeth. 

Once the trainee Jawsome Rangers have qualified they’ll get a special Play-Doh gift to take home and then they’ll move into the activity zone featuring a create-your-own shark model made out of Play-Doh. 

Visit SEA LIFE Manchester to take part in the Jawsome Sharks adventure. Running from 6thApril until 28thApril, this jaw dropping experience is perfect for the whole family to enjoy. Entry is from £11.95. 

So, what are you waiting for? Book your tickets and become the next Jawsome Ranger!


Sat 6 Apr 2019 to Sun 28 Apr 2019



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