I loved the fact that you were allowed, although supervised, to wade in the knee deep water and touch the sea cucumbers and star fish, also hand feed the barb free stingrays which isn't very easy as their mouths are on their underside. One shark had produced two babies a couple of years ago, which is unusual in captivity, and we were allowed to touch one and feel its skin The ranger was very knowledgeable and answered all our questions. There is a "living reef "on the North and South ends of the island and 1.5 million litres of salt water is pumped daily to the South end reef. It is a great way to see sharks and stingrays up close and to learn about their habits. When you walk near the feeding platforms the stingrays slide up ready for their food.
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