Performances are arranged during summer time, till the end of September
Roaring like lions, partly living in water - who are they? They are California sea lions. California sea lions belong to the class of mammals, the order of pinnipeds, and can reach up to 400 kg in weight.
The open pool with the amphitheatre "Sun bay" is a unique complex unveiling the mysteries of the marine world and inviting to get to know the outstanding marine mammals - dolphins, Black Sea bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions.
There, educational shows with California sea lions belonging to the class of mammals, the order of pinnipeds, the suborder of eared seals, are held. Grown-up males can reach up to 2 metres in length and up to 400 kg in weight. Sea lions are sexually dimorphic - grown up females are three times smaller and weight approximately 110 kg. They feed on cephalopod molluscs, mackerel, herring and other kinds of fish.