Video PUBLISHED: 19:20 26 November 2018 | UPDATED: 19:20 26 November 2018 Joseph Norton Noah, the green sea turtle, keeps an eye on the divers from the 23 Parachute Regiment as they clean the large Ocean Tank at the Great Yarmouth Sealife Centre. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Copyright: Archant 2018 Cleaning windows can be a straightforward task – but when you’re 20ft underwater, accompanied by sharks and tied down by scuba diving equipment, the job suddenly becomes a lot harder. A 300kg sea turtle, blacktip reef shark and guitarfish were just three types of sea creatures joined by army divers as they spruced up the tank of a Norfolk sea life centre.Ten soldiers from the 23 Parachute Engineer Regiment at Woodbridge, near Suffolk, squeezed into their wetsuits to clean the ocean tank at Great Yarmouth’s Sea Life Centre on Monday.One of the divers from the 23 Parachute Regiment cleans the large Ocean Tank at the Great Yarmouth Sealife Centre, watched by his colleagues. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYCpl Ryan Wood, 28, described the dive as a “brilliant experience”.He said: “It was really good to be able to dive with all the sea creatures. It is not something we usually do, so it was… Read full this story
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