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Exhibits

A1/GOLDEN CROCODILE

Explore this 12,000-gallon freshwater exhibit and come face to face with the highly unusual Golden Crocodile.

A2/KOMODO DRAGON

View our most recent addition to Shark Reef Aquarium: the Komodo Dragon!

A3/CICHLIDS

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.

A4/BURMESE PYTHONS

These large constricting snakes share the exhibit with Fly River Turtles and Asian Arrowanas in the 960 gallon freshwater pool.

A5/AMAZON PREDATORS

Straight from the Amazon River, this 30,000-gallon freshwater exhibit is home to the giant arapaima, arrowana, pacu, and freshwater stingrays.

A6/CARIBBEAN REEF

An underwater paradise awaits in this 44,000-gallon saltwater exhibit featuring parrotfish, pufferfish and other beautiful tropical fish.

A7/INDOPACIFIC FISHES

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.

A8/TOUCHPOOL

Get up close and personal with stingrays and horseshoe crabs in this 2,500-gallon saltwater interactive touch exhibit.

A9/VENOMOUS FISHES

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.

A10/MOON JELLIES

Be entranced by the graceful, slow movements of the moon jellyfish in this 2,500-gallon saltwater exhibit.

A11/ELASMOBRANCHS

View a variety of species of sharks and rays in this 30,000-gallon saltwater exhibit.

A12/OCTOPUS

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.

A13/SHIPWRECK

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.

A14/PIRANHAS

This 2,000-gallon fresh water exhibit is home to the piranha, whose razor sharp teeth are actually sharper than shark teeth.