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PUBLISHED: 18:15 20 October 2008 | UPDATED: 12:02 03 July 2010

WHY not take a trip beneath the sea this half-term...and possibly win a chance to help feed tropical sharks with this great reader offer?

The Mercury has teamed up with Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre to offer two people memorable marine life encounters, for the price of one.

WHY not take a trip beneath the sea this half-term...and possibly win a chance to help feed tropical sharks with this great reader offer?

The Mercury has teamed up with Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre to offer two people memorable marine life encounters, for the price of one. Just snip out the 2 for 1 entry voucher in this Friday's paper, and you could soon be enjoying amazing close-up views of everything from shrimps and starfish to seahorses and sharks.

The Centre houses more than 40 spectacular displays featuring thousands of sea creatures. They include some of the most beautiful and primitive of the ocean's inhabitants in the new feature Jellyfish: Phantoms of the Deep. With recent invasions of even some tropical jellyfish into British waters, this exhibition is attracting a lot of attention.

The dramatic ocean tank with its walkthrough underwater tunnel is always a highlight...literally taking you beneath the ocean to watch a huge green sea turtle and several species of tropical shark gliding silently overhead.

If you use your voucher to visit by October 31, you might end up getting even closer to those sharks. Everyone who uses the voucher with their name and contact details filled in will be entered in a free prize draw to win the honour of feeding the sharks. Delivering dinner to our nurse sharks, black-tipped reef sharks, bamboo sharks and a beautiful zebra shark is a magical experience that our winner is unlikely to ever forget.

Get your voucher in this Friday's Great Yarmouth Mercury.

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