The world’s most beautiful aquariums
The underwater world is fascinating, is a microcosm that we are not always accustomed to behold. We recommend a stroll through the finest aquariums in the world to discover the incredible wealth that houses the water bed of the sea floor.
Georgia Aquarium (USA)
It was opened in Atlanta in mid-2005, contains a volume of more than 30 million liters of water with more than 100,000 marine species. Among the most important, we can find two whale sharks and beluga whales. The cost of construction was 200 million, allowing it to be a large aquarium twice that of Chicago, making it the largest in the country, visited by two million people a year.
Churaumi Aquarium (Japan)
The second largest aquarium in the world is part of the Ocean Expo Park and is located in Motobu (Okinawa). The main tank, known as the Kuroshio Sea, has a volume of 7,500 cubic meters of water with the largest LCD in the world with 8.2 meters wide and 22.5 meters long and 60 centimeters thick. This allows fish and watch the whale sharks dramatically.
AQWA Aquarium (Western Australia)
This aquarium is possible to explore the 12,000 miles of West Australian coast in a few hours, since it is the continent’s largest aquarium ocean and one of the most spectacular in the world. It is divided into five distinct areas linked by a large underwater tunnel. It offers an underwater journey through the cold waters of the Southern Ocean to the warm tropical reefs of the far north temperatures.