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Manly Sea Life Sanctuary

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Strutting Little Penguin

One Little Penguin at the Penguin Cove in Manly Sea Life Sanctuary strutted its way for everyone to see. This small and cute penguin is amongst those few that breed in the coastlines of Manly and widely protected and preserved by environmentalists and conservationists. Look at the way this one struts itself – owning the … Continue reading

Sharks Galore

Though large with razor-sharp teeth, sharks are amongst the most threatened to human activities. They might be one of the most aggressive marine animals to the human race, but they are more vulnerable to illegal poaching, fishing and other unlawful human activities. Hopefully that by preserving and protecting them, future generations will be able to … Continue reading

A Sanctuary of Underwater Life

Manly is known for its notable coastline, which is undeniably a beautiful attraction to locals and tourists. However, this Northern Beaches’ suburb in Sydney also provides numerous other attractions to travellers. One of them is the Manly Sea Life Sanctuary which is situated near the Manly Wharf, and the Manly Art Gallery and Museum. The … Continue reading

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