Aquarium

Discover the secrets of the underwater world!

    Discover the secrets of the underwater world!
    
  • THE BALTIC SEA

    Do you like to collect shells and listen to the sound of waves when you spend time at the sea? And have you taste fried fish caught just a moment before? The Baltic Sea with its picturesque beaches still attracts many tourists, who often know very little about it; but its history, flora and fauna are worth to be familiar with…

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  • GDYNIA AQUARIUM

    In this amazing place you will see the species of fish, amphipods and reptiles derived from various parts of the world, e.g. Africa, North America or northern Europe. You will be able to touch some of them, but do not try to shake hands with the Silver arowanas, the Red piranhas or the inconspicuously looking Chinese softshell turtles! The Green anakonda is not that friendly either. It hunts during the night – it grabs and strangles its prey in its plexuses. Brrr….
     

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  • OZEANEUM STRALSUND

    The biggest moving stairs in Europe will bring you into the world of ocean. Does it sound interesting? Read on!

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  • LITHUANIAN SEA MUSEUM

    In the Lithuanian Sea Museum there is a couple of constant, impressing exhibits: AQUARIUM, MARINE FAUNA EXPOSITION, MARINE MAMMALS AND BIRDS, NAVIGATION HISTORY and marvellous DELPHINARIUM! Which exhibit would interest you the most?
     
    IN THE AQUARIUM you can see i.a. Lithuanian freshwater fish and species of the Baltic Sea regions. Dependent on the species, the fish are fed with dry fodder enriched with vitamins, frozen and living crustaceans, earthworms, frozen fish and so on. The biggest attraction is the tour during the fish feeding time!

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  • MUSEUM OF THE WORLD OCEAN

    Museum of the World Ocean is the major museum in Russia, presenting the history of the ocean research. Everyone who dreams of becoming a sailor in the future should visit this place! The museum exhibits include marine ships, research units and ice-breakers collection.

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