Our aim is to advocate the establishment of friendly and harmonious relations between human beings and nature, to support animal-related environmental protection initiatives and to practice the animal friendly principles of our own. By offering visitors a short range of animal interactive programs, science popularization education shows and innovative performances, their awareness on environmental protection and biological conservation are greatly improved. At the same time, we share our professional knowledge and experience, actively participate in biological conservation and study activities to conserve the diversity of organism and to promote the sustainable development of the environment. In addition, we have carried out a wide range of biological breeding plans. We have established breeding centers for cetaceans, pinnipeds and penguins and set up an artificial feeding center for polar bear infants. Over the past decade, we have successful reproduced more than 20 species of over 600 large, rare polar marine animals, ranking the first in the variety and quantity of reproduction domestically and taking a lead place internationally, including polar bears, emperor penguins, rockhopper penguins, false killer whales and grey seals that firstly reproduced and survived under artificial feeding conditions domestically.
We have established an animal conservation partnership with many well-known research units and aquarium institutions, including signing a strategic cooperation agreement with Reunion Entertainment Park Group in Spain, Berlin Zoo in Germany, Hong Kong Ocean Park and Hualien Farglory Ocean Park in Taiwan , and continued to strengthen the relations of mutual cooperation and support with Chinese Academy of Sciences（CAS） and other scientific research institutions. We have also maintained a close contact with foreign aquariums and marine theme parks, including San Diego Sea World in USA, Barcelona Aquarium in Spain, and Shirahama Adventure World in Japan.
On October 28, 2011, we, on behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture of the People’s Republic of China presented three artificially bred spotted seals as a gift to HongKong Ocean Park, which was regarded as a milestone in the field of aquatic wildlife conservation cooperation and exchange between Mainland China and Hong Kong. It not only fully demonstrates our strength in the breeding and transportation of marine animals, but also actively promotes the cooperation between Mainland China and Hong Kong on the conservation of marine animals. We have also set up a serial of species exchange programs with various animal conservation institutions at home and aboard, and worked together to protect the diversity of marine organism genes and to establish a sound marine organism breeding system. We have established a special animal research institute and planned to set up an animal conservation fund to support the implementation of much more animal conservation programs.
In term of scientific research, we are equipped with various advanced devices for scientifc research and professional researchers to conduct research on marine animal health, behavior, heredity, nutrition, pharmacology and reproduction. We have also carried out joint school projects，vatiamin nutrition additives for polar marine animals R&D programs, China raised and endagered whales research projects and marine mammals conservation and bionic application research with many scientific research institutions like colleges and universities and CAS. More than a hundred of reserch findings has been published in core journals at home and aboard, including The Survey of Recent and Past of Aquarium Catacea Species Cultivation Records in China, Dolphine Sonar Signal Pulse Decomposition and Feature Analysis, Spotted Seal Manual Treatment and Migration Route Study, The Application of Chinese Herbal Medicine on Marine Mammals, The Implementation of Conservation Activities for Polor Bears under Artificial Breeding Conditions, The Integration of Tursiops Truncatus and Lagenorhynchus Obliquidens in Breeding and Training, From An Ugly Duckling to A White Swan: The Story of Emperor Penguin Penna, The Reproduction of South American Sea Lions Under Artificial Rearing Conditions, The Reproduction of Emperor Penguins Under Artificial Feeding Conditions, The Reproduction of Enhydra Lutrises Under Artificial Rearing Conditions, etc.