This "water zoo" is hard to discribe because it admittedly is old, small, and home to many injured animals that could not survive in the wild, which means it cannot fairly be compared to other aquariums. However, it also is not overwhelming and exhausting like other multi-storied complexes, which means one gets to fully enjoy the hour or two it takes to leisurally immerse in all the sea life and read all the information contained in this two building/4 outdoor tank exhibit. We really had the best time here getting so close to seeing all the many animals - Some behind glass tanks, and others in pools. The staff was so friendly volunteering answers to all our questions, and seemed to really know and care about their "friends" in residence there. Do not go if looking for the largest or newest or most varied, etc., type of living museum, but plan to stop here if you really want a quiet, personal and fun visit to learn and see more about local aquatic life.
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