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List of aquaria

Georgia Aquarium.
Beluga performing at the Vancouver Aquarium.
Wonders of Wildlife Museum & Aquarium salt water aquarium with diver

This is a list of aquaria (Public aquariums). For dolphinariums, see List of dolphinariums. For zoos, see List of zoos. For a list of defunct zoos and aquariums, see List of former zoos and aquariums.

Aquariums are facilities where animals are confined within tanks and displayed to the public, and in which they may also be bred. Such facilities include public aquariums, oceanariums, marine mammal parks, and dolphinariums.

According to Vancouver Aquarium there are over 200 aquaria worldwide.[1]

Contents

  • Africa 1
    • Egypt 1.1
    • Morocco 1.2
    • Namibia 1.3
    • South Africa 1.4
  • Americas 2
    • Argentina 2.1
    • The Bahamas 2.2
    • Bermuda 2.3
    • Brazil 2.4
    • Canada 2.5
    • Colombia 2.6
    • Cuba 2.7
    • French Antilles 2.8
    • Mexico 2.9
      • Sinaloa 2.9.1
      • Veracruz 2.9.2
    • United States 2.10
    • Venezuela 2.11
  • Asia 3
    • China 3.1
    • Hong Kong 3.2
    • Indonesia 3.3
    • India 3.4
    • Iran 3.5
    • Israel 3.6
    • Japan 3.7
    • Kuwait 3.8
    • Malaysia 3.9
    • Pakistan 3.10
    • Philippines 3.11
    • Singapore 3.12
    • South Korea 3.13
    • Taiwan 3.14
    • Thailand 3.15
    • United Arab Emirates 3.16
    • Vietnam 3.17
  • Europe 4
    • Austria 4.1
    • Belgium 4.2
    • Bulgaria 4.3
    • Croatia 4.4
    • Cyprus 4.5
    • Denmark 4.6
    • Finland 4.7
    • France 4.8
    • Germany 4.9
    • Greece 4.10
    • Hungary 4.11
    • Ireland 4.12
    • Italy 4.13
    • Lithuania 4.14
    • Luxembourg 4.15
    • Malta 4.16
    • Monaco 4.17
    • The Netherlands 4.18
    • Norway 4.19
    • Poland 4.20
    • Portugal 4.21
    • Russia 4.22
    • Romania 4.23
    • Slovenia 4.24
    • Spain 4.25
    • Sweden 4.26
    • Turkey 4.27
    • Ukraine 4.28
    • United Kingdom 4.29
  • Oceania/Australia 5
    • Australia 5.1
    • Guam 5.2
    • New Caledonia 5.3
    • New Zealand 5.4
    • Palau 5.5
  • See also 6
  • Notes 7
  • References 8

Africa

Egypt

Morocco

Namibia

South Africa

Americas

Argentina

The Bahamas

Bermuda

Brazil

Canada

Colombia

Cuba

French Antilles

Mexico

Sinaloa

Veracruz

United States

Venezuela

Asia

China

Hong Kong

Indonesia

India

Iran

Israel

Japan

Kuwait

Malaysia

Pakistan

Philippines

Singapore

South Korea

Taiwan

Thailand

United Arab Emirates

Vietnam

Europe

Austria

Belgium

Bulgaria

Croatia

www.aquarium.hr

Cyprus

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

Ireland

Italy

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Malta

Monaco

The Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Russia

Romania

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom

Oceania/Australia

Australia

Guam

New Caledonia

New Zealand

Palau

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "History of the Aquarium". Vancouver Aquarium. 2013-05-20. Archived from the original on 2009-01-23. Retrieved 2013-05-20. When the Vancouver Aquarium opened in 1956, there were five aquariums in North America, of which Vancouver was the fifth. Today, there are approximately 48, only two of which are in Canada. Worldwide, the number of aquariums has grown to over 200. 
  2. ^ Hurghada Grand Aquarium
  3. ^ Official website
  4. ^ a b "Nanjing Andover Underwater World". andoverleisure.com. Andover Leisure Pte. ltd. Retrieved 17 May 2012. 
  5. ^ Official website
  6. ^ Sharjah Museums
  7. ^ "Vinpearl Underwater World". vinpearlland.com. Turkazoo Istanbul. 2009. Retrieved 27 January 2011. 
  8. ^ AQUA
  9. ^ "Aquarium du Val de Loire". Aquarium du Val de Loire. Retrieved 2011-01-21. 
  10. ^ "Seaquarium Le Grau du Roi". 
  11. ^ "Cretaquarium-Thalassocosmos". Thalassocosmos.gr. 2010-10-06. Retrieved 2011-01-21. 
  12. ^ Galway Atlantaquaria
  13. ^ http://www.dingle-oceanworld.ie/ Dingle Oceanworld]
  14. ^ Sea Life Bray
  15. ^ "Aquario di Cattolica". Retrieved September 1, 2012. 
  16. ^ Aquario di Livorno
  17. ^ "Aquarium Anton Dohrn of Naples". Icampiflegrei.it. Retrieved 2011-01-21. 
  18. ^ "Jūrų muziejus". Muziejus.lt. Retrieved 2011-01-21. 
  19. ^ Risør Akvarium
  20. ^ Atlanterhavsparken
  21. ^ Kolmarden Tropicarium
  22. ^ Malmo Museum
  23. ^ qua Vega Vega Akvaryum
  24. ^ Antalya Akvaryum
  25. ^ http://www.oceanarium.kiev.ua. 

References

  • A project to map all the public aquariums in the world
  • List of all public aquaria in Europe
  • Norfolk, Howard. My Visit to the Freshwater Public Aquarium in Havana, Cuba, Aquarticles.com, January 2004, retrieved on: June 22, 2007
  • Public Aquaria, Fins: The Fish Information Service, Actwin.com, 2000, retrieved on: June 22, 2007
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