If you are a lover of marine species, then surely you cannot ignore the list of the largest and most beautiful aquariums in the world.
L’Oceanografic Aquarium, Spain
Located in Valencia, Spain, L’Oceanografic Aquarium can accommodate up to 42 million liters of water. This aquarium not only displays typical marine species such as sharks, dolphins or stingrays, but also displays a variety of other organisms including mammals, birds, reptiles, and invertebrates. living. The entire aquarium is divided into 10 areas displaying ten different types of marine ecosystems such as temperate, tropical, and polar ecosystems. The aquarium also has a mangrove swamp with over 80 different plant species. L’Oceanografic’s unique architecture is designed by Félix Candela, a talented architect.
Aquarium in Genoa, Italy
With a capacity of more than 4 million liters of water, the Aquarium of Genoa is Italy’s largest aquarium and also the largest aquarium in Europe. In Genoa, you can discover the characteristic creature of the Ligurian Sea in the North Atlantic and the coral reefs of the Caribbean. In addition to the attractiveness of marine creatures, the aquarium of Genoa also attracts tourists by its unique architecture. Built in 1992, Genoa Aquarium has so far attracted more than 1.2 million visitors a year.
Western Australia Aquarium
Western Australia Aquarium is located in Perth, Western Australia. Coming to this aquarium, you will discover the rich and diverse marine ecosystem of Australia as well as the beautiful marine species. The Western Australia Aquarium is also the world’s longest undersea glass tunnel. Walking along this tunnel, you will see sea creatures like turtles, colorful fish swimming around. In addition, Western Australia Aquarium also offers two extremely attractive services: watching whales outside the natural environment and swimming with sharks in the largest swimming pool in the aquarium.
Aquarium Monterey Bay, USA
The Monterey Bay has a total of over 100 fish breaks and accommodates more than 5.6 million liters of water and it welcomes more than 2 million visitors a year. Monterey Bay showcases thousands of typical marine flora and fauna species of the Gulf of California, USA such as kelp, jellyfish, stingrays, seahorses and sea fish. This is one of the few aquariums in the world that exhibits moon fish, bluefin and yellowfin tuna.