S.E.A. Aquarium, Singapore
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.
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.
This is the Boxfish. It looks harmless, but watch out because it is toxic. It releases toxin to ward off enemies.
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!
Cute Dolphin. He just showed us his swimming trick.
Hammerhead Shark. The head of this shark acts as a detector that allows them to locate prey. So never mess with this creature.
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.
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!