Discussion in 'Challenges, Quizzes, Competitions & Games' started by SharkFinatic, 15 Mar 2019.
That's correct. Although some nautilus hatched in the Shima Aquarium in 1988, they survived only 33 days. So Waikiki holds the first successful breeding record for this species in 1990.
Since no one has replied to this thread in almost a year, I guess I should get it started back up.
Which aquarium has a shimmering wall on the side of its latest exhibit?
Way too easy-New York, of course.
Dang, I thought this would be a bit more difficult. You go next.
So which Aquarium is the largest in the World ?
Ha, Ha, just a Joke-nobody on this planet can answer this question
So I make it easy, too.
What Aquarium keeps the largest collection of sharks , in term of species ?
Okinawa or Sunshine?
Adventure Aquarium? Or is that just the USA?
@drill and brum
You both are wrong. But it is still too early to give a little tip
Okinawa was not bad, they are famous for sharks and have a phantastic shark area with exhibition and a display of some nice species and bred some shark species for the first time in the world, but too less of them, to have the largest collection, Sorry.
Newport Aquarium? At last count I believe they held 13 species?
Scratch that, forgot about Oceanogràfic Valencia which has 21, I believe this is the most in Europe, not sure about the world though.
Sorry, but both are wrong.
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