• Animations pédagogiques
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  • Animations pédagogiques

Your visit to Marineland is punctuated by performances and educational activities. Their schedules and frequencies change according to the time of year.

The teaching team offers throughout your day moments of conviviality to share his passion for the marine world and anecdotes about the animals of the park. His will is to introduce you to marine biodiversity and to make you aware of the threats to it. At the end of each animation, no taboo question. The team is here for you ...


The shark, bloodthirsty predator or victim of a bad reputation?

Unlike the image conveyed by the cinema, the shark is not a big eater since an individual of 100 kg consumes only between 1 and 3 kilos per week!


Why host a couple of polar bears on the Côte d'Azur?

The polar bears that have been in Marineland since 2010 are part of a European breeding program for threatened species (EEP). Their living space and the special attention paid by their caretakers respond so well to their needs that we had a birth in November 2014! A beautiful animal adventure that we like to share with you.


Do we find penguins on the French territory?

Few people know, but two of the three species present at Marineland (the Rockhopper Penguin and the King Penguin) live on the Kerguelen and Crozet Islands, that is to say on the French territory!


1st worldwide success of breeding in animal park!

Marineland is indeed the first park in the world to have had loggerhead turtle breeding. Since 2010, several baby turtles have been born thanks to the special attention of the aquarium team! Three of them have been participating for 2 years in a study on their ability to acclimatize to the natural environment. This year is the year of the balance sheet ... Another great story to share with you!


Is the coral a plant or an animal?

Coral is made up of a multitude of tiny animals called polyps. The Great Barrier Reef is the only colony of animals visible from space. The coral reef fulfills essential ecological functions by sheltering a great marine biodiversity.


A giant in the big sea lion family!

There are 16 species of sea lions in the world. Discover the largest of them whose male can reach a ton! In this extraordinary sea lion, sexual dimorphism is particularly marked since females only weigh 300 kg!