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Sea Life aquariums could lose Marine Conservation Society

Мнениеот fecepijecu124 | Пет Мар 09, 2018 2:13 pm

The Sea Life chain of tourist attractions faces losing its sponsorship deal with the Marine Conservation Society over its “unacceptable” death rates.

More than a third of all animals at the aquarium in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, died in a single year according to mortality figures obtained by the BBC.

The MCS, which accepted funding from Sea Life to cover the printing costs of the Pocket Good Fish Guide and has worked with it on conservation projects, said the figures were a “cause for concern”.
“You wouldn’t go into hospital and expect a one-in-three chance of dying”, said Dr Ben Garrod, an MCS Ocean ambassador.

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“You wouldn’t expect that in a zoo. I don’t think it is acceptable.”

Dr Chris Tucket, MCS head of programmes, said the UK’s leading marine charity “will have further discussions with Sea Life if future collaboration is to be pursued”.

In total 4,500 creatures including sharks and jellyfish across eight Sea Life Centres in England died in 12 months between 2015 and 2016, according to the BBC's figures.
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