Starfish, Stars of the Sea!

Dive into the glittering world of sea stars! Approach closer and admire through the observation bubble the variety of shapes, sizes, colors and surprising anatomy of these creatures discreet but nonetheless essential to the balance of the oceans.

OBSERVATION BUBBLES

Have you ever seen the back of a starfish?

Slip into one of the bubbles and observe starfish all around you. 

 

THE SMALL TUNNEL TO THE STARS

One of the favorite parts for children!

Crawling on all fours, scoot through this small aquarium tunnel. The stars and their friends will show on all angles.

DISCOVERY SCREENS

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Did you know that a starfish was able to open a mold to the strength of her arms and she was planning her stomach outside his body to eat its prey? Have you ever observed the Starfish trips accelerated?

OBSERVATION BUBBLES

Have you ever seen the back of a starfish?

Slip into one of the bubbles and observe starfish all around you. 

 

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OBSERVATION BUBBLES

Have you ever seen the back of a starfish?

Slip into one of the bubbles and observe starfish all around you. 

 

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THE SMALL TUNNEL TO THE STARS

One of the favorite parts for children!

Crawling on all fours, scoot through this small aquarium tunnel. The stars and their friends will show on all angles.

Show previous slide
Show next slide

THE SMALL TUNNEL TO THE STARS

One of the favorite parts for children!

Crawling on all fours, scoot through this small aquarium tunnel. The stars and their friends will show on all angles.

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Show next slide

DISCOVERY SCREENS

Press the buttons

Did you know that a starfish was able to open a mold to the strength of her arms and she was planning her stomach outside his body to eat its prey? Have you ever observed the Starfish trips accelerated?

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DISCOVERY SCREENS

Press the buttons

Did you know that a starfish was able to open a mold to the strength of her arms and she was planning her stomach outside his body to eat its prey? Have you ever observed the Starfish trips accelerated?

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Some species to discover...

Did you know that there are some 1600 starfish species in all oceans of the world, the coastal abyss? Such diversity deserved to be honored.

"Stepmother Cushion" Star

This sea star's name is reference to its sharp venomous spines. It can reach 35 cm in diameter and have more than twenty arms.

Rose Giant Sea Star

In the depths of Canada and Alaska, this giant can weigh more than 4kg and exceed 90cm in diameter. It feeds on shellfish such as clams which she loves.

The Starfish's red bumps

This lovely tropical species from the Indian Ocean and Red Sea will seduce you with its bright colors.

"Stepmother Cushion" Star

This sea star's name is reference to its sharp venomous spines. It can reach 35 cm in diameter and have more than twenty arms.

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"Stepmother Cushion" Star

This sea star's name is reference to its sharp venomous spines. It can reach 35 cm in diameter and have more than twenty arms.

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Rose Giant Sea Star

In the depths of Canada and Alaska, this giant can weigh more than 4kg and exceed 90cm in diameter. It feeds on shellfish such as clams which she loves.

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Rose Giant Sea Star

In the depths of Canada and Alaska, this giant can weigh more than 4kg and exceed 90cm in diameter. It feeds on shellfish such as clams which she loves.

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The Starfish's red bumps

This lovely tropical species from the Indian Ocean and Red Sea will seduce you with its bright colors.

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The Starfish's red bumps

This lovely tropical species from the Indian Ocean and Red Sea will seduce you with its bright colors.

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