Dive Into Tropical Fish

Home to Bamboo Sharks, Coral Cat Sharks, Royal Blue Tang, Yellow Tang, Unicorn Tang, Porcupine Pufferfish, Green Sea Turtle & more! Snorkel opportunities are available in this tank.

Green Sea Turtle

  • Seemore, our Green Sea Turtle, had her shell damaged by boat propellers which causes her posterior to bob at the water surface.
  • To fix the problem, our animal care staff attach weights to her shell to counteract the flotation problem and allow this Green Sea Turtle to swim normally.

 

Brown-banded Bamboo Shark

  • Bamboo Sharks can survive up to 12 hours out of water!
  • They are Scavengers, and climb into tide pools in search of food.

Unicorn Tang

  • These unique tangs are named for the single, horn-like growth that develops as they mature!'
  • Unicorn Tang eat brown algae.

Green Sea Turtle

  • Seemore, our Green Sea Turtle, had her shell damaged by boat propellers which causes her posterior to bob at the water surface.
  • To fix the problem, our animal care staff attach weights to her shell to counteract the flotation problem and allow this Green Sea Turtle to swim normally.

 

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Green Sea Turtle

  • Seemore, our Green Sea Turtle, had her shell damaged by boat propellers which causes her posterior to bob at the water surface.
  • To fix the problem, our animal care staff attach weights to her shell to counteract the flotation problem and allow this Green Sea Turtle to swim normally.

 

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Brown-banded Bamboo Shark

  • Bamboo Sharks can survive up to 12 hours out of water!
  • They are Scavengers, and climb into tide pools in search of food.
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Brown-banded Bamboo Shark

  • Bamboo Sharks can survive up to 12 hours out of water!
  • They are Scavengers, and climb into tide pools in search of food.
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Unicorn Tang

  • These unique tangs are named for the single, horn-like growth that develops as they mature!'
  • Unicorn Tang eat brown algae.
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Unicorn Tang

  • These unique tangs are named for the single, horn-like growth that develops as they mature!'
  • Unicorn Tang eat brown algae.
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