Photo credit: Glenda Vélez Calabria (Colombia)
Information: translated from the Spanish version could be found on the website:
The Marine World Aquarium (el Acuario Mundo Marino) is considered among the largest aquariums in South America. The aquarium is playing a significant role in enhancing visitors’ knowledge, conservation and proper use of marine resources.
The “MARINE WORLD” (MUNDO MARINO), is located in the center of the slide within the building of the Museum of the Sea Foundation, has personalized guide service education, research and recreation.
The aquarium is divided into three sections:
SECTION I: Includes the entrance, the souvenirs store, a hall-mural art exhibitions and posters from various agencies, cartography, navigation elements old, educational panels and pollution on marine species, and public service utilities.
SECTION II. Composes a series of aquarium batteries that host marine animals including fin fish, octopus, turtles, lobsters, and others.
SECTION III. Consists of the Mega Aquarium where visitors have visual access below the water level houses the large marine specimens as Jack Shark, the Jacks, Turtles and many more species.
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