Berliners might like this place as it is a historical one - crocodiles were displayed here 100 years ago, and at that time, it was the first walk-through in the world, it offers very limited interest for visitors.
Only the ground floor is an aquarium. Two thirds are fresh water fishes, and there are therefore surprisingly few corals. Nice exhibit of jellyfish, on the other hand. The shark tank is extremely modest with the four most usual sharks only (nurse, black tip, guitare and a single small hammerhead).
The whole place was probably nice in the 70s, but is simply not up to par with other aquariums (I have visited more than 50 worldwide). For 13 euros, it is a rip off !
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