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What’s could you see on a sealife safari?

Dolphin swimming in cornwall

Dolphins

A few types of dolphin you may see on your boat trip include Common Dolphins (Delphinus delphis), and Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) and the more elusive Risso’s Dolphins (Grampus griseus). Learn more about the dolphins that can be found in Cornwall here.

Compass jellyfish

Jellyfish

Although fascinating jellyfish can be found in seas all over the world, they’re a familiar sight to the coasts of Cornwall. In fact, we have a variety of different species that are native to our seas, as well as a number of jellies who visit us from abroad. Discover more about jellyfish in Cornwall.

Close up seal face

Seals

There are two main species of seal living in the seas around the British Isles: the grey seal and the common seal. Surprisingly, the common seal is actually less common than the grey seal but both can found around the coastline and are protected species. Discover seals in Cornwall.

Six puffins on a rock

Seabirds

Throughout the year, birds of a feather flock together on the cliffs, rocky outcrops and sands around Padstow. The list of potential bird sights off the Cornish coast is considerable, particularly as the coast has a scattering of uninhabited islands to attract rarer species. Discover seabirds.