Hunstanton Sealife Centre reopens today

Hunstanton Sealife Centre reopens today

Published by KLFM
7:18am 16th October 2014.

The Hunstanton Sealife Centre is reopening its doors today, after being flooded out in last December's tidal surge.

The centre has had extensive refurbishment works done as a result of the damage it sustained.

All its animals arrived back last month.

Manager Nigel Crowsdale says they're doing brilliantly.

“The animals have settled in remarkably well. One of the sharks has actually already laid an egg! That just rubber stamps how happily and quickly they’ve settled into their new homes.”

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