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Trip To Aquarium

Spending time with a Friend and her lovely daughter was a real treat during one of these weekends. She introduced us to local Florida Aquarium and it was a great thing to visit on a scolding hot Summer day. Unbelievable what form of life is prevalent in deep waters. There are lots of creatures but will share the ones I never saw before.

I was so amazed at life that formed under water. As much as I marvel at the earthly nature, these water inhabitants were fascinating as well. Poor little fish was trapped inside the fish tanks and I thank them for dedicating their lives to human curiosity.

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Surprisingly very fast moving jellyfish

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Guess what that is? Haha. That is a baby jellyfish. Not waste 🙂 as I thought prior to being educated
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This octopus was changing colors from orange to blue. What a precious soul.
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Pink birds
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Yellow Seahorses-they look like social creatures
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Seahorses

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Girl Penguin

That is it! The rest of the exibits we have seen many times before.

Hope you find this post fun to watch.

Make it a vibrant and colorful day, my dear friends💫

Luda@PlantsandBeyond.com🌿

Disclosure: All the images used in this post belong to Plantsandbeyond.com

50 thoughts on “Trip To Aquarium

  1. It’s nice that you thank them, though they probably can’t appreciate the reason for their confinement. I do go to aquariums, but feel sorry for all the animals. Especially that octopus- very intelligent animal. Lovely photos! The jellyfish are exquisite!

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      1. Did you know that Lisa is a great diver too? I hope that one day we will dive together! Night diving is amazing. Seeing the octopus change color and different nocturnal species was very impressive.

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