Sunday, April 29, 2012

Marine Life At-A-Glance ( Manila Ocean Park )

Discovering life under the sea

Philippine Crocodile
Alligator Gar
Brownbanded Bamboo Shark
Star Fish
Sea Horse
Fimbriated Moray "Malibanos"

Clown Fish
Lion Fish
Longhorn Cowfish "Baka-baka", "Tabarong"

Lion Fish
Whitespotted Bambooshark eggs
Blacktip Reef Shark
The Mermaid
The Penguin world
Spotted Garden Eel
Buhay Na Karagatan Species:
Spangled Emperor, Smalltooth Emperor, Laced Moray Eel, Malabar Grouper, Redtooth Triggerfish, Giant Moray, Coral Cod, titan Triggerfish, Spotted Eagle Ray, Cownose Ray, Painted Spiny Lobster, Blotched Fantail Ray, Mangrove Whipray, Pointed-Nose Stingray, Giant shovelnose Ray, Blacktip Reef Shark, Whitetip Reef Shark, giant Guitarfish, Leopard Shark ...

And Many More...

Manila Ocean Park Attractions:

Oceanarium - marine life exhibit
Marine Life Show - The South American Sea Lion live show
Lellies, Dancing Sea Fairies - Jellyfish exhibit and dance entertainment show
Aquanaut Voyage - Encounter marine life under the sea
Glass Bottom Boatride - viewing of fishes without going underwater
Fish Spa - meet the doctorfish
Swimming and Fun - Jump and float into the swimming pool
Musical Fountain Show - nightly musical extravaganza
Trails To Antartica - exhibit hallway, Slide O' Fun and Penguin exhibit

For more info: 
About the new amenities and tariffs please visit Manila Ocean Park website.

It's More Fun In The Philippines!

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