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In Video: Behind the scenes at Sea Life Centre during lockdown

There’s still plenty of work to do while the centre is closed.

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Animal care team member Sammie Wilks cleans the inside of the penguin enclosure at the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham (Joe Giddens/PA)

Animal care team member Sammie Wilks cleans the inside of the penguin enclosure at the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham (Joe Giddens/PA)

Animal care team member Sammie Wilks cleans the inside of the penguin enclosure at the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham (Joe Giddens/PA)

Staff at the National Sea Life Centre have carried out maintenance work while the Birmingham attraction is closed to the public.

Throughout lockdown, the centre still has to care for more than 2,000 creatures while also taking the opportunity to carry out cleaning, repair and renovation tasks.

Here, curator Jonny Rudd discusses the ongoing task.

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