Natureland Seal Sanctuary

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Natureland Seal Sanctuary
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Seal at the Seal Sanctuary
Abbreviation Natureland
Formation 1965
Legal status Non-profit organisation
Purpose Seals in East Lindsey
Location
Region served
East Lindsey coast
Membership
Seals
Website NSS

Natureland Seal Sanctuary is an animal attraction in Skegness, Lincolnshire, England.

Attractions[edit]

Natureland offers a range of attractions and activities, not least of all its animals. These include seals, African penguins, crocodiles, goats, sheep, tarantulas, snakes, mice, terrapins, scorpions and tropical butterflies and birds including a flamingo.

It also has a seal hospital, where orphaned seal pups are reared before eventually being released back into the wild.

Facilities at the centre include a cafe/restaurant, gift shop, customer toilets and a small area for children to try their hand at activities including brass rubbing.

It is situated on North Parade next to the beach.

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Coordinates: 53°08′55″N 0°20′49″E / 53.1486°N 0.347°E / 53.1486; 0.347