Which Jurassic Seas Creature Are You?

From terrifying aquatic dinosaurs to trusty sea creatures still alive today - find out which Jurassic Seas creature you are most like once and for all with this quiz! Jurassic Seas is making its global debut at Sea Life Brighton, promising intriguing creatures that survived the Jurassic period and the chance to get up close and personal with a trio of deadly dinosaurs - bought back to life with cutting edge technology. https://www.visitsealife.com/brighton/

Sea Life Brighton
On Mar 29, 2017

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Plesiosaurus

Plesiosaurus

You’re most like the Plesiosaurus! In Jurassic Seas terms, that makes you the most likeable of the aquatic dinosaurs – but you’re still a dangerous, deadly creature.

With a long neck and a short tail, the Plesiosaurus was one of the sea’s speediest swimmers; as a carnivore, that speed proved particularly handy for hunting.

Always felt an affinity with Scotland? There are plenty of rumors that Nessie the Loch Ness Monster is a descendant of the Plesiosaurus… so maybe that’s why!

To find out more about the monsters of the sea, and for your chance to feed and interact with three terrifying digital dinosaurs, visit Jurassic Seas at Sea Life Brighton from February 13th 2015. https://www.visitsealife.com/brighton/

Liopluradon

Liopluradon

You’re most like the Liopluradon! Oh so stealthy and mysterious, you were a real force to be reckoned with in the Jurassic Seas.

The Liopluradon used its massive nostrils to seek out the scents of prey underwater. One of the fastest swimmers the water has ever seen, it would glide silently through the water and attack with razor sharp teeth - a terrifying, deadly predator.

The Liopluradon’s skull could account for up to 20% of its size, so if you get called big-headed, it might not be the insult you think – maybe someone’s just noticed your Liopluradon likeness!

To find out more about the monsters of the sea, and for your chance to feed and interact with three terrifying digital dinosaurs, visit Jurassic Seas at Sea Life Brighton from February 13th 2015. https://www.visitsealife.com/brighton/

Megalodon

Megalodon

You’re most like the Megalodon! With your big, sharp teeth and your super strength, you were the most fearsome menace of the Jurassic Seas.

A keen hunter gatherer, with a definite love of food, the Megalodon benefited from giant teeth, making the Great White Shark pale into insignificance in comparison.

In fact, the Megalodon has been called the largest and most powerful vertebrate in history – definitely something to mention when someone next challenges you to an arm wrestle…

To find out more about the monsters of the sea, and for your chance to feed and interact with three terrifying digital dinosaurs, visit Jurassic Seas at Sea Life Brighton from February 13th 2015. https://www.visitsealife.com/brighton/

Giant Nautilus

Giant Nautilus

You’re most like the Giant Nautilus! Congratulations – although you are by no means a terrifying creature, you’ve outlived the dinosaurs of the Jurassic Seas and are still going strong today!

Some folk have called the Giant Nautilus simple and it would do anything for an easy life, but don’t be disheartened, it’s also an opportunist creature with strong survival instincts.

Plus, the Giant Nautilus is instantly recognizable by its attractive outer shell – something to bear in mind when you’re deciding on your next style statement.

To find out more about the ancient creatures of the sea, and for your chance to feed and interact with three terrifying digital dinosaurs, visit Jurassic Seas at Sea Life Brighton from February 13th 2015. https://www.visitsealife.com/brighton/