In this installation, the South American sea lions (Otaria flavescens) can be admired. Among sea lions, there are fourteen species.

In this outdoor installation, which reproduces the habitat of the southern coast of South America, the behaviour of a group of sea lions is observed. Walruses, seals and sea lions belong to the group of pinnipeds, which use their wide, flat legs as oars for swimming. This area will soon also contain Oceanic Island habitats.

Sea lions
South American sea lions (Otaria flavescens) are characterised by their almost black colour when born, which turns dark brown in both sexes when they reach the adult age.