Visiting Oceanograic; Valencia Spain

visiting Oceanografic, Valencia Spain  

Oceanografic is Europe’s largest aquarium and contains all of the worlds marine ecosystems, over 500 separate species and 42 million litres of water. The park is divided into ten areas. The marine areas reflect the Mediterranean habitats, the polar oceans, the islands, the tropical seas, the temperate seas and the Red Sea, as well as marshlands, and gardens. We spend about four hours walking between aquariums and buildings getting to a peak into the fascinating world of the ocean and of course taking a lots of photos. 

oceanografic aquarium

oceanografic aquarium 

boat sunken at the bottom of the tank, Oceanografic, Valencia

boat sunken at the bottom of the tank, Oceanografic, Valencia 

aquarium at Oceanografic, Valencia

aquarium at Oceanografic, Valencia 

Sea Horses, Oceanografic, Valencia Spain  

jellyfish, Oceanografic, Valencia Spain

jellyfish, Oceanografic, Valencia Spain 

jellyfish, Oceanografic, Valencia Spain

jellyfish, Oceanografic, Valencia Spain 

Beluga Whale display, Oceanografic, Valencia Spain

Beluga Whale display, Oceanografic, Valencia Spain

 

 

 

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