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This Easter, the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth will be celebrating its family-friendly ‘Shark and Ray Easter Games’.

Running from March 31 - April 15, the activities will give visitors the opportunity to learn more about sharks and their winged cousins, rays. Visitors to the Aquarium will be able to take part in fun challenges and activities in an Ocean Olympics trail, which will pit them against some exciting elasmobranchs – the scientific name for sharks and rays.

They will also learn fun facts about the sharks and rays that call the Aquarium home, as well as meet ‘Howie’ the Sand Tiger Shark and ‘Coolwhip’ the giant Honeycomb Whiptail Ray.

These special Easter activities will showcase the sharks and rays which live in our oceans, while experts will be on hand with educational activities to help inform visitors of the threats facing the creatures, and the small actions they can take at home to help.

To find out more visit national-aquarium.co.uk

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