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Come waddling through the Waterfront with us on Saturday

Come waddling through the Waterfront with us on Saturday 8 October 2014

The school holidays are here!

We hope you’re having a great break so far this week. Remember that there’s plenty to sea at the Aquarium during the break.

Rivers for life – a World Rivers Day clean-up

Rivers for life – a World Rivers Day clean-up By Renée Leeuwner – Assistant Communications & Sustainability Manager at the Two Oceans Aquarium / 3 October 2014

28 September was World Rivers Day. Rivers, just like the oceans and beaches, are heavily polluted. A group of water-loving people went to clean up the Black River near Observatory, Cape Town.

An update on Otto the turtle

An update on Otto the turtle By Renée Leeuwner – Assistant Communications & Sustainability Manager at Two Oceans Aquairum / 23 September 2014

In June this year, we received a critically endangered hawksbill turtle for rehabilitation. We thought we’d give you an update on her progress by making a little video.

Our fight for a fighting chance

Our fight for a fighting chance 2 September 2014

“I’ve just completed the first long-distance swim in the Seven Seas of the ancient world. I’ve experienced some things I will never forget. And seen some things I wish I could erase from my memory, but which will haunt me for the rest of my days.”

Hit the beach with us on International Coastal Clean-up Day

Hit the beach with us on International Coastal Clean-up Day 18 August 2014

This year, the Two Oceans Aquarium will be heading to Hout Bay for International Coastal Clean-up Day. Anyone who wants to do their part and help out – even if it is just for one day – is more than welcome to come along and muck in.