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Red List Status:
Endangered
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Endangered

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Diet

They feed on small fish, crabs, shrimps, worms and jellyfish.

Fun fact

Their spots are well spaced out in the young rays, but as they grow the spots get more crowded giving them their name, Honeycomb.

Habitat

They inhabit the Indo-Pacific, but are most common in Australia from Shark Bay to Brisbane.

They are a bottom dwelling species found in sandy bays, tidal flats, brackish lagoons and sea grass flats. They are often accidentally caught in fishing nets but then sold - a threat known as bycatch. Their maximum disc width is about 2 metres wide, and some females have been known to live for 29 years.

Conservation is at the heart of everything we do
The Deep is an international player in marine conservation, working on pioneering research schemes to protect the future of our oceans.
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Conservation is at the heart of everything we do
The Deep is an international player in marine conservation, working on pioneering research schemes to protect the future of our oceans.

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Opening Times

The Deep is open daily from 10am – 6pm Monday - Friday and 9am - 6pm weekends & school holidays (last entry 5pm)

Car parking is available at a cost of £3 for six hours. It can become full during school holidays – alternative car parks can be found here.

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The Deep Tower Street, Hull, HU1 4DP

01482 381000 Any questions?

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Ticket Prices

Type of ticket Online
Adult £16.50
Child (3 - 15) £13.00
Under 3s/Essential carers FREE
Student*/Senior £15.50

* Students must provide a valid NUS card or proof of age is required for school/sixth form students

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The Deep takes the safety and security of its staff and visitors seriously and continues to work with Counter Terrorism Police Officers to review security regimes on a regular basis.

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