My Trip To The Zoo (Part 2 of 3)

Today’s photos will be aquatic themed.  Enjoy!

Philippine Crocodile.

Philippine Crocodile.  NOT somebody I would want to go swimming with.

Our aquarium propagates it's coral to keep from further contributing to the destruction of coral reefs.

Our aquarium propagates its coral to keep from further contributing to the destruction of coral reefs.  Sorry about the glare, but the sun was shining on the window.

Here is the lower tank.

Here is the lower tank.

Potbellied Seahorse!

Pot-bellied Seahorse!

How many seahorses can you count?

How many seahorses can you count?

Wee Horseshoe Crab.

Wee Horseshoe Crab.

Beautiful fish and live coral and anemones.

Beautiful fish and live coral and anemones.

Anemones and coral in the waves.  So beautiful!

Anemones and coral in the waves. So beautiful!

Clown fish in an anemone.

Allard’s Clownfish in an anemone.

Ribbontail Stingray.  This one is found in the Indo-West Pacific oceans.

Ribbontail Stingray. This one is found in the Indo-West Pacific oceans.  Those blue spots are so bright!  These guys are in a petting area and will rub along your hands.

The Big Toothed River Stingray is a freshwater stingray found in Brazil.

The Big Toothed River Stingray is a freshwater stingray found in Brazil.  This guy was not shy about having his picture taken!

Sand Tiger shark. These guys get up to 13 feet long and 250 lbs.!

Sand Tiger shark. These guys get up to 13 feet long and 250 lbs.!

Lovely water fixture by the aquarium.

Lovely water fixture by the aquarium.

American Beaver catching some rays.

American Beaver taking a break.

Polar Bear. "What's this?"

Polar Bear. “What’s this?”

Mine!

Mine!

Next will be Elephants!

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