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If I Had my Own Aquarium

Discussion in 'Fantasy Zoos' started by Gforrestersmith, 24 Sep 2011.

  1. Gforrestersmith

    Gforrestersmith Well-Known Member

    23 Sep 2011
    Hermiston, Oregon, US
    I love Aquariums, They Rule, and If I had a Billion Dollars I would Build myself one. Here what It should be Like.

    Enter the Aquarium for the Great Experiance of a LifeTime! With 5 Exhibits you get to Enter any Time you Want.

    Marine Mammal Coast: Enter here to see most of the Aquarium's Main Attractions. When Entering the First Animals to See are a Rocky Coast Exhibit featuring Californian Sea Lions, Harbor Seals, and Gray Seals. Nearby is a Habitat for African Penguins and Inca Terns. Continue down the Exhibit to see Two SeaBird Avairys: One for Sandy Shore Birds: Black OysterCatcher, Long Billed Curlew, Black Necked Slilt, Red Phararope, and Double Crested Cormorant and One for Rocky Shore Birds: Tufted Puffins, Horned Puffins, Common Murres, RazorBill, Pigeon Gulliemot, and Rhinocerous Auklet. Next are One of the Aquariums main Attractions: a Large Tank for a Family of Pacific White Sided Dolphins, Near the Dolphin Habitat are Habitats for Sea Otters and Arctic Foxes. and Finally the Last Habitat of the Exhibit is an Antarctic Habitat for King, Gentoo, RockHopper, and Chinstrap Penguins.

    River Explorer: This Exhibit is Home to the Aquarium's FreshWater Animals. The First Habitat to See is a Habitat for Chilean Flamingoes, SpoonBill, Scarlet Ibis, White Ibis, Cattle Egret, Whistling Ducks, and Wattled Jacana. Next is a Habitat for Endangered Blue Iguanas. Then is a Mixed Habitat of Capybara, Two Toed Sloth, Collared Anteater, Amazon Parrots, and Various Species of Macaws. The Next Part of the Exhibit is a Temple with Komodo Dragons, Water Monitors, Burmese Pythons, Mangrove Snakes, Indian Gharials, Cuban Crocodiles, Giant Salamanders, Red Bellied Piranha, Asian Arowana, Giant Gourami, Electric Eels, and Electric CatFish. Also in the Exhibit are Small Habitats for Madagascar Giant Day Geckos, Emerald Tree Boas, Asian Vine Snakes, Mossy Frogs, Red Eyed Tree Frogs, Tomato Frogs, Poison Dart Frogs, Cane Toads, ArcherFish, Tiger Barb, RainBow Fish, African Cichlids, LungFish and MudSkippers. Next is an Amazon Tank with Arapaima, Silver Arowana, Pacu, Freshwater Stingrays, Peacock Bass, Red Tailed Catfish, MataMata Turtle and Central American River Turtles all Sharing the Same Habiat, as well as Two Other Habitats: One for Dwarf Caiman and One for Green Anacondas and Neon Tetra. Next are Two Louisana Swamp Habiats: One for Catfish, PaddleFish, Blue Gill Spotted Gar, and Alligator Gar and One for American Alligators, Wood Ducks, Mallard Ducks, Painted Turtles and Red Eared Sliders, As well as Habitats for Alligator Snapping Turtles and CottonMouth Snakes. Next is the Lorikeet Feeding Avairy, and Finally Three More Habitats: One for Nutria, One for Giant Otters, and One for Asian Small Clawed Otters and Indian Crested Porcupines.

    Ocean World: The Largest Habitat in the Aquarium, The Exhibit is Absoluty Nothing But a Large Tank as Large as Two FootBall Fields. The Main Attractions are the Ocean SunFish, The Largest Known BonyFish, the Manta Ray, a Huge Ray that Swims through the Water like a Eagle in the Air, and the Whale Shark, the Largest Fish in the World. Also Part of the Habitat are SandTiger Sharks, SandBar Sharks, Nurse Sharks, Black Tipped Reef Sharks, White Tipped Reef Sharks, Lemon Sharks, Zebra Sharks, Carribean Reef Sharks, Great HammerHead Sharks, Scalloped HammerHead Sharks, Tasseled WobbeGong, Spotted WobbeGong, Spotted Eagle Ray, Southern Stingray, CowNose Stingray, Leopard Whipray, Golden Trevally, Giant Trevally, Giant Grouper, Goliath Grouper, HumpHead Wrasse, DolphinFish, Tarpon, SawFish, Barracuda, Crevalle Jack, BlueFin Tuna, and YellowFin Tuna all in the Same Habitat. Also there is a Long Tunnel through the Exhibit and Two Large Viewing Windows with Seats to Sit to watch the Large Sea Animals Fish.

    Tropical Reef: This is Exhibit is Home to Animals from Tropical Oceans. The First Creatures to See are Moon Jellies, PipeFish, SeaHorses, and SeaDragons. Next are Tanks for Blue Ringed Octopus, LionFish, StoneFish and CuttleFish. Next is a Large Coral Reef Tank with Fish from Hawaii, The Carribean Reef, The Great Barrier Reef, and Other Tropical Reefs from Around the World. The Following Species are in the Exhibit: Green Moray Eels, Zebra Morays, Giant Clam, Clownfish, Regal Tang, Pufferfish, Yellow Tang, Clown TriggerFish, Other TriggerFish Species, Various SurgeonFish Species, Cowfish, Various ParrotFish Species, Garden Eels, Neon Goby, Mandarinfish, Various ButterflyFish Species, Various AngelFish Species, Moorish Idol, Red Snapper, Sailfin Tang, and Scrawled Filefish. Next is a Habitat for Hermit Crabs similar to what you would see in a Pet Shop, Other Crabs in the Exhibit are Flidder Crabs, Coconut Crabs, and Giant Japanese Spider Crabs. The Next Habitat is a Favorite: a Touch Pool, where People can touch Bamboo Sharks, BonnetHead Sharks, Port Jackson Sharks, Swell Sharks, Horn Sharks, Bat Rays, CowNose Rays, Southern Stingrays, Blue Spotted Stingrays, and HorseShoe Crabs. Next is a Habitat for Rescued Sea Turtles, Includes Green, LoggerHead, and HawksBill Sea Turtles, Here People can Touch the Turtles and Even Feed them Lettuce. and Finally a Coast Habitat for Nene Gooses and Little Blue Penguins.

    Oregon Trail: This Exhibit is Based on the Oregon Coast. First See Habitats for Turkey Vultures and Red Tailed Hawks. Next is a Large Tide Pool with Sea Anonmes, Sea Stars, Bat Stars, Mussels, Sea Urchins, Sand Dollars, and Others. There is also a Tank for Leopard Shark, SixGill Shark, SevenGill Shark, Big Skate, Halibut, Kelp Bass, SheepHead, RockFish, and DamselFish. Also there is a Habitat for Giant Pacific Octopus and Finally a Tank for RainBow Trout and White Sturgeon.

    Thanks for Reading, If you Have Any Aquarium Ideas of Your Own Comment.
    Last edited: 24 Sep 2011
  2. Canihelpyou?

    Canihelpyou? Well-Known Member

    2 Nov 2017
    Interesting. I like this idea.