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It's probably better than it used to be like, worth a quick visit if you like that sort of thing.

 

Went to a birthday party there years ago, when it was the SeaLife Centre. Fucking nutcase kid dived into the big open pool full of Rays (not able to sting of course) Flatfish and Lobsters. Frantic staff trying to get him out, funny as fuck. Started bawling his eyes out when someone shouted 'release the Sharks' :icon_lol:

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We have recently got some fish, so we are starting to take an interest. It would maybe just be something to do in a morning for an hour or two.

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Fish just strike me as an ornamental pet, nothing to separate them from an interesting painting or vase imo :icon_lol:

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Fish just strike me as an ornamental pet, nothing to separate them from an interesting painting or vase imo :icon_lol:

 

 

Well they move about for a start. :icon_lol:

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It's quite expensive I think and it was a parcel of shit the last time I was there. Might as well get yourself to the tropical fish shop at the back of Heaton Rd, it's free and nearly the same size.

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Does Fishy need something to cuddle? :icon_lol:

Gimme a cat or a dog anyday of the week.

 

you can't hug a guppy :icon_lol:

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Does Fishy need something to cuddle? :rolleyes:

Gimme a cat or a dog anyday of the week.

 

you can't hug a guppy :rolleyes:

 

 

We love our fish now, but they are result of us not being able to get a cat or a dog. :rolleyes:

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It's quite expensive I think and it was a parcel of shit the last time I was there. Might as well get yourself to the tropical fish shop at the back of Heaton Rd, it's free and nearly the same size.

 

 

Thanks, we shall take a look. :rolleyes:

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It is a bit expensive and doesn't take that long to go around but there are a few fairly interesting talks if it is the first time you have been and if it is a nice day there are seals in a tank outside. The otters stink the place out though!

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It's probably better than it used to be like, worth a quick visit if you like that sort of thing.

 

Went to a birthday party there years ago, when it was the SeaLife Centre. Fucking nutcase kid dived into the big open pool full of Rays (not able to sting of course) Flatfish and Lobsters. Frantic staff trying to get him out, funny as fuck. Started bawling his eyes out when someone shouted 'release the Sharks' :rolleyes:

:rolleyes: :rolleyes: :no

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