For those who love sea life and conservation, this was a perfect place to meet the two at work. It was a bit expensive, but well worth the money to see how the farm handles raising seahorses and the peripheral materials needed to keep them (shrimp, sea monkeys, sea weed), plus seeing the sea dragons and holding the seahorses afterward! The young lady who did the commentary was light and kept it interesting, even for the youngsters in the group. You had enough time to study the different tanks with the different life-stages of the sea horse, and feeding them was a real kick! Perfect for all ages, informative, and a lot of fun! Bravo for the seahorse farmers!
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