Something fishy is going on at Chessington World of Adventures to mark the opening of its brand new Sea Life Centre in March - free entry for those with fish-related names.

From Mr Pike to simply Ray, the first 100 people each day of Easter weekend - March 21 to 24 - will get free entry to the latest attraction, but they must bring photo ID.

The 250,000 litre aquarium, which will be located within Chessington Zoo, will bring kids of all ages nose to nose with a wide range of sea creatures, creating the illusion that the visitor is on display while the fish swim freely around. Interactive 'touchpools', fun exhibitions and a walkthrough ocean tank will offer a final 'wow-experience' as the fish swim overhead.

The Sea Life Centre has more than 20 marine life displays housing species ranging from tiny shrimps and starfish to magnificent sharks and stingrays.

With the promise of free entry for people with fish-related names, don't be surprised if you run into some aquatic celebrities such as Salmon Rushdie, Prawn French, Charlotte Perch and Dame Judi Tench.

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