The Largest Aquarium In The Largest City Of Canada
Yesterday in one of the largest cities in Canada happened a joyous occasion. It was in Toronto that opened the largest aquarium in the country under the name of Ripley's Aquarium.
Over the past two years was carried out building work for which I had to pay about 130 million canadian dollars, i.e. 4.03 billion rubles. Now on the tourist map of Toronto has a new attraction, due to which it will be possible to get acquainted with more than 13 thousand inhabitants of the deep sea. According to some estimates the aquarium contains 450 unique species of animals, including huge lobsters, Moray eels, sharks, rays and, of course, jellyfish.
The aquarium is divided into several thematic areas. In each of them inhabited by certain representatives of the deep sea. In addition, each zone will be equipped with special features for the visitors of the aquarium. For example, Ray Bay area offers touch to seals, are not afraid to swim to the edge of the pool. But the most interesting is considered to be another fun Discovery Centre. This is a whole area of entertainment in which special equipment produce a tsunami.
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