The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre is one of the top educational, research and conservation facilities in the world. This large aquarium features over 8,000 aquatic species from all over the world. These animals are kept in attractions designed to perfectly mimic their natural habitats. The Vancouver Aquarium has a full-time staff of marine biologists and naturalists who both study the animals and educate the public about them. In addition, they organize many direct action ecological projects, such as beach cleanups. There are also daily shows which are designed to spotlight various ecosystems and animals.
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Canada|Underwater World in the City
There is an aquarium in Stanley Park in Vancouver that is highly recommended. It is a huge educational classroom, and all kinds of advice about protecting marine animals can be learned. And you can also see sea, land and air friends from different parts of the world
Underwater World has always been my favorite part, the aquarium is divided according to different destinations. Tropical fish, deep-sea fish, etc., all will restore the color of the fish tank according to different growth environments. In one of the fish tanks, the whole aquarium "the most famous" thief octopus is also seen. It is said that it used to sneak out at night to make other small The fish was eaten and finally found to strengthen management.
outdoors have invincible cute sea lions, sea otters, dolphins and seals, etc. It is so much love to see them at close range. It is. There is also a small area in the aquarium that restores the rainforest. I can see the little monkeys and the pigeon parrots. I am screaming at you and I am so scared. I am interested.
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The Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park has a history of 4 years and three years, not only the largest aquarium in Canada but also one of the top 5 aquariums in North America. I will know that I want to recommend it to my friends. Time reference: 3 hours or so Tickets: $ 39 for adults; $ 30 for students and 13-17-year-olds and seniors over 65 years old; $ 22 for children aged 4-12; free for children up to 3 years old. Opening hours: summer. (from the end of June to the beginning of September - 9: 00-19: 00). Other time: 10:00 - 17:30. Wearing: Children should wear raincoats and rain boots because there are still a few outdoor stores, it will be exhausted to hold, and it is not convenient to have more people to play umbrellas. The indoors are warm, and the outdoor is cool. You need to increase or decrease clothes in and out. Here you can see exotic animals from all over the world, including killing whales, beluga whales, colorful tropical fish, plants of the Amazon River, monkeys and birds. It is said that the jellyfish is super beautiful, and there are 4D movies worth seeing.