Explore this 12,000-gallon freshwater exhibit and come face to face with the highly unusual Golden Crocodile.
View our most recent addition to Shark Reef Aquarium: the Komodo Dragon!
A 700-gallon freshwater exhibit is kept at a tropical 78-82 degrees Fahrenheit to house the beautiful and colorful cichlids from one of Earth's most interesting lakes, Lake Tanganyika.
These large constricting snakes share the exhibit with Fly River Turtles and Asian Arrowanas in the 960 gallon freshwater pool.
Straight from the Amazon River, this 30,000-gallon freshwater exhibit is home to the giant arapaima, arrowana, pacu, and freshwater stingrays.
An underwater paradise awaits in this 44,000-gallon saltwater exhibit featuring parrotfish, pufferfish and other beautiful tropical fish.
A large exhibit for some of our larger residents. In this 144,000-gallon saltwater exhibit you'll be surrounded by sharks, lookdowns and various butterflyfish, angelfish and tangs.
Get up close and personal with stingrays and horseshoe crabs in this 2,500-gallon saltwater interactive touch exhibit.
This 2,500-gallon saltwater tank is home to our most dangerous fish. Lionfish have beautiful feathery fins and can sting you with their toxic touch.
Be entranced by the graceful, slow movements of the moon jellyfish in this 2,500-gallon saltwater exhibit.
View a variety of species of sharks and rays in this 30,000-gallon saltwater exhibit.
Weighing up to 100 pounds, the Giant Pacific Octopus is the largest species of octopus in the world. See it for yourself in this 2,500-gallon saltwater display.
Swimming above you, below you, and all around you are several species of sharks, endangered sea turtles, stingrays, sawfish, and many other fish in this immense 1.3 million-gallon saltwater exhibit.
This 2,000-gallon fresh water exhibit is home to the piranha, whose razor sharp teeth are actually sharper than shark teeth.