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uShaka Open Air Day

ush open air web s v1uShaka Sea World staff were honoured to host 14 visually impaired learners from Open Air School for a morning of marine exploration on the 22nd April 2015.


Stranded Workshop

stranded workshop 339x230What would we do if there was a mass stranding of marine mammals on a KwaZulu-Natal beach? 


Hammerhead Sharks relocated

hammerhead2 smallOn the 8th May 2013 eight young Scalloped Hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna Lewini) were introduced into a controlled area in the Point Waterfront Canal where they were to remain until such time as they were large enough to be introduced to the uShaka Reef Predator Exhibit.


Themba - The Chameleon

Themba 141x105Less than 2 % of all Flap neck chameleons survive to adulthood – let's do what we can to increase this number as they play a vital role in the natural web of life. • Brake for chameleons crossing roads • Limit the use of chemical sprays in your gardens • Don't pick up chameleons unless you are sure they are in trouble.


67 Minutes with uShaka Marine World

mandela eventsimageOver 100 uShaka Marine World staff turned up at Sydenham’s St Theresa’s Orphanage to celebrate Madiba Day!


Mandela Day - 18 July 2014

Plastic pollution smallwebWhy not spend your Mandela 67 minutes helping marine creatures by cleaning up their home.

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