Over the next five weeks the Two Oceans Aquarium will be the stars of M-Net’s new series The Wild Ones: An Aquatic Life. Our team will be on standby to answer YOUR questions. During the show, in the week, on the weekend, or first thing in the morning – we’ll do our best to get the expert answers to your fishiest aquarium questions!

Simply use the hashtag #AskAnAquarist with your question – we’ll be ready to answer your questions live during each episode (tag us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to make it even easier for us to find your question).

The Wild Ones: An Aquatic Life is on M-Net 101 on Sundays at 16:00

 

Aquarist Michelle's culture lab forms the bottom of the food chain at the Aquarium, where our tiniest microscopic creatures live and thrive.

After-the-show extra content:

We’ll be sharing stories that delve deeper into the aspects of the show that you find most intriguing. For interviews with the episodes' main characters, featurettes on your favourite animals and loads more fun – follow our daily blogs and engage with us on social media for the latest insights.

Diver Simon is just one of a large team that work to keep the Aquarium's largest exhibits operational 365 days a year.

About the Two Oceans Aquarium:

The southern tip of the African continent is the meeting place of two mighty and bountiful oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic. The Two Oceans Aquarium is ideally positioned to showcase the incredible diversity of marine life found in these two oceans.

With awe-inspiring exhibits, we aim to encourage love, respect and understanding of our oceans so that people are motivated to take action for their future well-being and to use marine and other natural resources sustainably.

Krish, Aquarist and resident "Jelly Guy" knows what it takes to keep the Aquarium's weirdest and most alien animals healthy and happy.
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