|Oceanarium in Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon Oceanarium is a museum of marine biology located at Nations Park in Lisbon, Portugal, built as part of Expo 98. This flag, designed by the American architect Peter Chermayeff, resembling a carrier and is installed on a pier surrounded by water. It is the second largest oceanarium in the world and contains an impressive collection of species - birds, mammals, fish and other marine life. The habitats chosen for its natural wealth in terms of fauna and flora, were as follows: Antarctic ocean...
|The Aquarium of the Western Australia (AQWA)
The aquarium can meet all the varieties of marine life inhabiting Western Australia. In a transparent tunnel, you can visit the deep ocean and its many inhabitants, so close that they seem to be close at hand. Sharks, giant stingrays, turtles and countless fish surround you on all sides. The must is to dive together, snorkeling or bottles, in the midst of these sharks as terrifying for those who watch! Whale Watching from September to December....
|The Aquarium in Valencia, Spain
The Oceanogràfic is a complex of approximately 100 000 square meters located in Valencia in Spain, where are represented the various marine habitats. It was opened December 12, 2002. Designed by architect Felix Candela, lily-shaped, is the largest aquarium in Europe with 110 000 m² and 42 million liters of water....