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Let me preface this by saying that I am not an expert in marine biology, just someone extremely passionate about the welfare of animals.
I went to SeaWorld once when I was in 5th grade. It was an amazing experience for an 11 year old....More
Hearing the word 'Sea World' is synonymous with various kinds of small and large sea fish. But it turns out that here is a lot of marine life that is not just a variety of fish. For example there are sea turtles, starfish, sea snakes,...More
To be honest, it's a mixed feeling when i visit Seaworld Ancol today. The pro side:Here you will be able to see each tank residents clearly ( as most of the exhibit without aqua-scaping), the feeding session of main tank is interesting, the Deep sea...More
There is alot to see here and to experience the cost to get in per person is rp140000 which is about $15 New Zealand dollars which also includes entry to ocean dream samudra. In the aquarium there is a chance to be hands on which...More
The facilities are good and the underwater tunnel was fun. I've been to bigger and better seaworlds but overall, this was not too bad. My only complaint was that they still have 'petting' attractions. The poor turtles were kept in narrow spaces and the sharks...More
It has been a really long time since the last time I went to the Sea World, so I was kinda excited when my friend asked me to accompany him (which was his first time) to the Sea World.
It was educating, but i feel...More