S.E.A. Aquarium, Singapore

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On our fourth day in Singapore, we visited S.E.A. Aquarium, the largest aquarium in Asia with more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species, in 49 different habitats. I have come across majestic manta rays, enormous goliath groupers, Napoleon wrasse, unusually looking hammerhead shark, adorable dolphins and other gentle giants of the sea. It was a magical experience to see these living things that I could only see mostly on TV. I was awed and wowed by the sight. It was such a great experience I felt like an excited kid once again.

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Hi Nemo! Yes, we call this fish Nemo because of the movie Finding Nemo, but this is called a Clownfish. Its color is really attractive it landed a role in Hollywood and become an A-list fish.

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This is the Boxfish. It looks harmless, but watch out because it is toxic. It releases toxin to ward off enemies.


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Manta Ray side view.



Manta Ray front view. It’s so cute.



Goliath Grouper. It looks small in the picture but it’s really big!


Sea Jellies.

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Cute Dolphin. He just showed us his swimming trick.

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Hammerhead Shark. The head of this shark acts as a detector that allows them to locate prey. So never mess with this creature.


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After our tour, we sit down to chill and ordered gelato. So much information to take in. I can no longer recall the names of other fishes.




Ice creams.


Before we left, my boyfriend and I dropped by to have a goofy shoot with this Camel. This is just inside the S.E.A. Aquarium building.




I hope you enjoyed the visual tour! I will be posting my Trick Eye Museum Singapore tour next time!