Interdependence is the key to survival for all marine organisms. Our secondary science activities offer insights into the diet, habitats and adaptations of the animals in our unique underwater environment.
Food For Thought (Guided Tour)
Descend through coral reefs, the endless oceans and our own North Sea. Discover the similarities and differences shown by marine creatures and study the feeding relationships between them.
Don't Get Caught in the Web
What really goes on around coral reefs? Discover the inhabitants of one tropical reef and find out who eats who. Solve our scientific puzzles, and use what you've found out to put together your own functioning food web.
Marine Conservation (Guided Tour)
The Deep offers an exceptional insight into marine ecosystems. Learn how the ocean environment is in danger of being destroyed by humans and what lasting effect this would have on our world.
'Are all sharks dangerous? Are coral plants or animals?' Find out here at The Deep! This enjoyable session acquaints pupils with the skills they need to do their own research projects.
As the chief aquarist, you are responsible for choosing and ordering new animals for The Deep. Can you keep to a tight budget, but still create a world-class display of marine life? Modelling, calculation and data-handling skills are practiced in this challenging session.
Interdependence is the key to survival for all marine organisms. Our secondary science activity offers an insights into the diet, habitats and adaptations of the animals in our unique underwater environment.
Survive & Prosper
Dive into The Deep to see how life evolved in the Earth's primeval seas. Why did some organisms survive, while others became extinct? Find out how present day marine species have adapted to changing environments in order to survive.