The Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary annual creature count in pictures

Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary have carried out their creature count this week, taking stock of just how many creatures they currently keep.

Thursday, 10th January 2019, 3:01 pm
Updated Thursday, 10th January 2019, 3:04 pm
Aquarist Jordan Woodhead greets the seals

The stock take is an annual event, with the centre using it to keep a track of how many creatures they've gained or lost in the last year, to give them an idea for food levels for the coming year.

One of the Common Seals pops their head out of the pool
A jellyfish takes centre spotlight
Aquarist Athena Green monitors one of the Common Seals in the pool
Aquarist Athena Green views the Sea Turtle
One of the rescue seals recovering in the Seal Hospital
The fish peeping through the port hole
Aquarist Jordan Woodhead greets the seals
One of the painted Lobsters takes centre stage
Aquarist Athena Green making notes at the exhibits