I realized this dive at the age of 21. That is great! I think diving and swimming with sharks is a very stressful thing. But my coach relaxed me and made me laugh. The training went smoothly, relaxing in the pool with the sharks. It feels really good to be in the tank with sharks, and other creatures are great, sharks and giant devils. I wasn't really afraid when I was in the vat. With the coach's guidance, diving became easy. The only disadvantage is that I went in August and the weather was still very cold. Even in three diving suits, I shivered. But that's my own problem. I would recommend it to my friends, especially those who are afraid of sharks.
Manly Marine Biological Reserve is part of the Sydney Aquarium, where a large number of marine organisms are cultivated and treated. The surrounding waters are very rich in marine biological resources, which are very suitable for their growth. Therefore, a protected area has been established here. There are also many popular science venues here to learn about the evolutionary history of marine life, which is absolutely worth it.
Manly Marine Biological Reserve is located near Manly Beach. It is a comprehensive scientific research institute that collects marine biology research, conservation and breeding. Here you can visit some fossils of ancient and marine organisms, as well as the reproductive cultivation of some existing marine organisms. It is very interesting to teach and enjoy.
This Marie Beach Aquarium is the furthest of the five tickets. If it hadn't been for $2.5 at the weekend, plus a joint ticket, I would probably never have entered it for the rest of my life. Outside, it looks like a small fortress with about three floors inside. The exhibition is still very rich. It's so cool to have cute little penguins, to touch starfish, sea urchins and spiral shark eggs. I didn't know what that was at first. Then I came back to find out that the shark eggs were so long. Of course, there were many colorful aquatic animals whose names could not be remembered. Many words in English could not be understood. Haha, I'm ashamed. But this museum is better than I thought. You can come and see it.
Penpen's lovely back... I really can't help but look more. Haha. The only pity is that Manly is a little far away. The whole feeling is good.
Manley Marine Reserve is a marine conservation center in Australia. It has a large glass submarine tunnel to walk through and look up at all kinds of marine life, especially huge sharks. This is one of the few places in Sydney where you need to buy tickets to visit, 20 Australian dollars for an adult.
The biggest feature is that the submarine tunnel is very long and has four sections. It feels very interesting to see. There are many marine creatures, many kinds of sharks are fed in the museum, which is one of the best in aquariums all over the world. It's worth going.
Looking at the real face of sharks from a distance, it's really creepy for this kind of ocean king.
Fortunately, it's not as big as the Sydney Aquarium, but few people buy a pass to see it.