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Doors open for Sea Life Brighton’s dino attraction

Sea Life Brighton has proudly unveiled its latest feature, Jurassic Seas, a brand new concept involving digital dinosaurs, ancient fossils and stunning sea creatures. 
The perfect half term entertainment or an ideal Easter bank holiday treat, Jurassic Seas promises to entertain, excite and enthral visitors of all ages. 
Taking centre stage at Sea Life Brighton, the world’s oldest operating aquarium, Jurassic Seas brings three of the deep’s most terrifying dinosaurs back to life with astounding motion-sensor technology.
Visitors to the attraction can be among the first in the world to feed the digital Plesiosaurus, marvel at the giant teeth of the Megalodon and test their bravery in the face of an angry Liopleurodon. 

Alongside spectacular digital dinosaurs, Jurassic Seas boasts an impressive array of creatures that have survived for millions of years, from the serene Giant Nautilus to lively Mudskippers and fascinating Horseshoe Crabs. 

For visitors keen to explore the history of the sea, this installation also offers the opportunity to get to grips with carefully preserved fossils – as well as a genuine Megalodon tooth. 

An installation like no other, Jurassic Seas is at the cutting-edge of visitor attractions in the UK. Max Leviston, General Manager at Sea Life Brighton explains: “Jurassic Seas has been years in the making, and we are incredibly proud of the finished product. 

“Now that Jurassic Seas is open to the public, we are looking forward to sharing our passion for the feature with our visitors – I’m particularly looking forward to seeing just how people react when coming face to face with our digital dinosaurs!” 

A thrilling attraction, with interactive activities a-plenty, fun games and educational challenges, Jurassic Seas is a must-see for young and old alike.

Sea Life Brighton is open every day except Christmas Day from 10am – 5pm and over half term (14th February - 22nd February) from 10am - 6pm (last admission 1 hour before). Tickets are priced from £9.95 per person online.

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