Most of the fish and other animals could be seen with ease minus the octopus entangled on herself. I wish the sharks were bigger and some of the pictures turned out decent while others not so much. The videos I took of the exhibits are on my Facebook page if you want to look at them. Otherwise enjoy the pictures with the thought there is now over 7 billion people on the Earth with limited resources as stated when I left the exhibit.
Golden Crocodile with the lazy eye that can hold its breath for two hours. Nearly half of the 23 species are threatened with extinction.
Sleepy Komodo Dragon is the largest lizard that eats everything they kill. They smell their prey with their nine-inch tongue. They grow up to 10 feet long and weigh up to 300 pounds. There are fewer than 5,000 left in the wild.
African Cichlids is from Lake Tanganyika in East Africa. 98% are found nowhere else and are generally aggressive fish.
Fly River Turtle or the Pig-nosed Turtle that lives in freshwater and has a vulnerable status. Arowana or Dragon Fish is endangered and thought to bring health, happiness, and good fortune.
Razorback Catfish swim upstream like salmon and sifts through the sand for their food.
Motoro Stingray can live in little or no salinity. This freshwater ray protects themselves with venomous barbs on its tail.
Southern Stingray and Rays that you could touch with one finger.
Piranha are self explanatory and do not make good pets for obvious reasons.
Pacu are cousins to the piranha and are omnivores. When released into a non-native habitat they will out-compete species already there.
Different Sharks including the Nurse, Zebra, White Tip Ree, Sandbar, Galapagos, Sandtiger, Grey Reef, and Ray.
Different Fish including the French Grunt, Parrotfish, Queen Triggerfish, French Angelfish, Sergeant Major, Porcupine Puffer.
Jellyfish have tentacles and feeding structures by the adult stage. They have six cycles from planula to medusa.
Starfish, Anemones, and Giant Pacific Octopus that likes to hide and was in the corner of the tank. The latter can reach 16 feet in length and weigh up to 100 pounds.