Sea Stars at Sea Life Brighton
- Published on Saturday, 20 January 2018 10:32
- Last Updated on 21 January 2018
- Flo Powell
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Visitors to Sea Life Brighton this half term are in for a treat as the aquarium unveils its dazzling new creature installation Sea Stars, which will open to the public on 10 February.
Featuring more than 170 sensational sea dwellers from across the world, Sea Stars is the UK’s largest celebration of the ocean’s most visually captivating, and most important creatures, the humble ‘star fish’.
Although the image of ‘star fish’ is used frequently – even featuring in the Sea Life Brighton logo – visitors should not be fooled. These creatures come in a range of different shapes, sizes and colours, and far from the traditional five-armed sea star that is easily recognizable, some can have up to 200 arms!
With creatures aplenty and a range of interactive and sensory-led activities, Sea Stars will provide education as well as fun and entertainment for visitors of all ages this February half term and beyond.