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Grade 3 children (from left) Ross Holmes, Hilton Kyle and Kyle Hellberg enjoying Ushaka Marine World.
Grade 3 children (from left) Ross Holmes, Hilton Kyle and Kyle Hellberg enjoying Ushaka Marine World.

WITH so much to offer, from the mysteries of the ocean to the thrill of Wet ’n Wild, the Grade 3s from New Hanover Prep enjoyed their annual visit to UShaka Marine World. They explored the underground viewing galleries extending through the shipwreck, which are home to 300 species of marine life and 10 000 sea creatures, and got acquainted with dolphins during the entertaining show at the Dolphin Stadium. They popped in at the Penguin Rockery where over 63 endangered African Penguins reside and ended off experiencing the excitement of the many fun rides.

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