Where is Alaska SeaLife Center?
This Aquarium is home to seals, sea lions, puffins, otters and other marine animals. In addition, the Alaska SeaLife Center serves as a research, training, and Emergency Center.
The rescue team is on hand to rescue injured wild animals and provide medical care, ideally to release them back into their natural habitat. During tours behind the scenes of the SeaLife Center, veterinarians, zoologists and biologists show what this assistance actually looks like. Visitors can feed the giant cuttlefish or puffins and learn about the habits of the native marine animals.
The Center is also home to eleven bird species, including bald eagles, Pagoda divers and eider ducks. In the deepest Aquarium in North America you can watch the birds swimming and diving. You will learn how well the animals are protected from the Arctic cold by their dense plumage. In smaller pools, visitors are allowed to touch starfish.
Address: 301 Railway Ave, Seward, AK 99664
Opened: May 2, 1998
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Founded: May 1998