Visitors are first treated to an exhibition of sculptures named the ‘Ocean Square’ which portrays the development and evolution of marine life from the history of time to today. Next in line, is the exhibition hall which needs to be entered through a series of elevators, where coral thickets and its forms of life in the form of a tunnel fools the visitor into thinking that he is in the ocean itself, as the tunnel is very real and up-close. Exiting this maze of tunnels, visitors are greeted by a large column of kelp attracting numerous fish species towards it. The next important point of interest is the ‘Deep Sea Scenery’ which is one of the largest display tanks in China as it is about 10 meters deep and holds over 1 million liters of water. It is here that visitors truly witness the marvels of ocean life as schools of fish swim in unison towards breathtaking coral reefs. Other aspects of interest include the ‘Freshwater World’ exhibit incorporating aquatic life that thrives in freshwater. Furthermore other sea creatures such as sharks, turtles, penguins and seals are also housed in various exhibits, in addition to other arenas such as an ocean theater, a touching pond and educational hall.
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