Turtle and Ray Zone
The Flyway Tunnel leads to the area which overlooks the harbour – the Turtle and Ray Zone.
Visitors can find out more about some of the world's largest fish and one of the world's most ancient creatures, the sea turtle.
The exhibition features stunning photographs and top facts about each of the species, and their connections to Scotland's seas. Did you know the largest of all turtles, the leatherback, has been spotted in the Firth of Forth and fifteen different species of rays and skates are found in Scottish waters?
Sadly, turtles, along with many rays and skates, are critically endangered. Learn how you can help to conserve these incredible creatures.
Stamp it out! Take part in our interactive marine litter game.
This area also features an interactive exhibit which highlights the vulnerability of our planet and the consequences of climate change: here we also review the advantages of renewable energy.
Our staff and volunteers will be on hand to answer any queries you have during your visit.
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