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We hope you enjoy reading about Bristol Aquarium news, display updates and behind-the-scenes stories. For more information on a particular news story please contact the aquarium office on 0117 929 8929.

Bristol Aquarium's Jake Graham undertaking fishy stock take (1900x1425)

MERRY FISHMAS AT BRISTOL AQUARIUM

December 12, 2013


There’s a fun-packed programme of festive themed events and activities taking place at Bristol Aquarium over the Christmas Holidays (Saturday, December 21st – Sunday, January 5th). The Harbourside wildlife attraction will be staging more than a dozen different daily talks, feeds and workshops throughout the festive period as part of their ‘Merry Fish-mas’ celebrations. Visitors […]

‘SANTA CLAWS’ THAWS OUT AFTER BIG FREEZE

December 5, 2013


A giant crab which spent five days in a fridge is making a miraculous recovery at Bristol Aquarium. The huge edible crab was originally caught by a fisherman in Dartmouth who then drove it on to Weston-super-Mare in the back of his car. With its hand-sized claws and nine inch shell the massive crustacean was […]

AQUARIUM PLAYING HOST TO BUSTER THE GIANT CATFISH

December 2, 2013


Bristol Aquarium is playing host to Buster a life-sized catfish as part of a nationwide campaign to raise awareness about the problem of rehoming ‘tankbusting’ fish. Buster is a life sized red-tailed catfish who is visiting zoos and aquariums across the UK to promote the Big Fish Campaign. The aim of the campaign is to […]

BRITAIN’S MOST VENOMOUS FISH AT BRISTOL AQUARIUM

December 2, 2013


A shoal of Britain’s most fearsome fish has gone on display at Bristol Aquarium. Despite measuring less than six centimetres in length, weevers are thought to be Britain’s most dangerous marine species. During the summer, the fish have been responsible for hundreds of injuries to beachgoers across the West Country who have accidentally stepped on […]

AQUARIUM PLAYING HOST TO BUSTER THE GIANT CATFISH

November 21, 2013


Bristol Aquarium is playing host to Buster a life-sized catfish as part of a nationwide campaign to raise awareness about the problem of rehoming ‘tankbusting’ fish. Buster is a life sized red-tailed catfish who is visiting zoos and aquariums across the UK to promote the Big Fish Campaign. The aim of the campaign is to […]

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