Our predators are eating out of our hand!
Several times a week our animal keeper slips into a wetsuit and fills a bucket with delicious seafood. It is time for him to dive into the 1.5 million litre Oceanarium and feed the Kattegat’s animal life. You can see everything he does through the panorama windows.
The diver wears a microphone, so we can hear him talking to the staff on dry land.
A camouflaged turbot turns up out of the blue, and five different species of sharks rip their meal from the keeper’s hand. Watch out for the conger eel, who can give the keeper a fright if it gets too close.
See our programme to find out when our keeper suits up and feeds the animals in the Oceanarium.