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Have to admit I enjoyed Pacific Point Adventure, but have mixed feelings about it. You get to feed sea lions, which is fun and different although pricey to buy many fish. But youre feeding sea lions, poor captive mammals that have been turned into not much more than street corner panhandlers and completely lost any of their nature or the wild, instead pathetically begging multiple times a day for scraps from loud, teasing entertained visitors. Have to give it a 7 but my heart wont let me go there again at feeding time.
This is a good little time waster between shows or attractions. It is pleasant to see these mammals and their personalities as they interact with one another and their artificial environment. I hadnt realized how graceful they are in the water. The fishy smell and the constant barking sound from the sea lions got on my nerves a bit. Hence, the 6 rating.
A nice exhibit to hit up between the Clyde and Seamore show and Kraken. You can feed the sea lions and harbor seals too, so thats an added bonus. Just a nice place to walk around and see the animals, plus catch glimpses of Kraken too, so I recommend it as a place to escape from the crowds, as it never seemed that busy.
A nice sea lion exhibit with plenty of space for the sea lions to enjoy and have their own style of funny interaction with each other. Feeding times stimulate activity among the animals. A nice exhibit which can be enjoyed for anywhere between 5 minutes to an hour if you are a sea lion fan.
Not much more than animals begging from fish bought by the park guests.
A disappointing attraction. Not because of the animals or the themeing. Simply because the animals are fed fish by the parks visiters which makes them beg which ruins the exibit.
Probably the best sea lion habitat Ive ever seen in any park. I love watching all of the sea lions. You can even buy fish to feed them - youll have their attention then. Just dont toss them up and far or some birds are gonna come and try to get a free meal. Great way to get up close to the sea lions and harbor seals!
This is the best animal encounter at this park. Once a Seal or Sea Lion sees anyone with fish they climb up on the rocks and just yell, and yell and yell, until you feed them. Some are even trained with certain voice commands, you say do this and some of them will do it and its awesome!
as seal/sea lion habats go, this is one of the best. Its large, excellently themed, and you could feed the sea lions.
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