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Kaiyukan -Great Barrier Reef-
Spreading through nearly 2,000 km along the coast of Australia, Great Barrier Reef is consisting of more than 5,000 types of beautiful coral reefs.

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They make artificial coral reefs! So beautiful!!

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Colorful fishes swim around ripples that’s unique to coral reefs.

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All the marvelous fishes are swimming elegantly.
Kaiyukan -Seto Inland Sea-
Seto Inland Sea is internationally known as the birth place of fish-culturing.
Variety of fishes end up here carried by currents of surroundings sea.

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Let’s see the life style of fishes and shellfishes that we always see on our dining table.

These are very familiar fishes that we see at local supermarkets.

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It’s not moving at all, fell a sleep?

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That’s a octopus!
The part that looks like a head is actually a body!

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This area is a comfortable home for many kinds of fishes.
Right across from the tank of Seto Inland…
Kaiyukan -Pacific Ocean 1-
Pacific Ocean is the world’s largest ocean surrounded by five continents; Asia, Australia, North and South America, and Antarctica.

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9 meter in depth, 34 meter in size, and consisting of 5,400 tons of water, the huge Pacific Ocean tank is extended through three stories. So, you can enjoy the different view of surface, middle sea, and bottom of the sea

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The one going round and round in the back of the tank is Devilfish as known as Manta!

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This one is Spinetail ray.
If you look closely, you can see the slight difference.

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There is something on the top of the smoothly cruising Manta.

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This is a eagle ray. Looks like they are flying.
All the other wondering fishes are swimming gracefully.

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And it’s the star of Kaiyukan, the Whale Shark!!
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