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Japan, Nagasaki's aquarium

posted Jan 29, 2013, 5:46 PM by Beatriz Posada   [ updated Jan 29, 2013, 8:49 PM ]
    While I was in Nagasaki, I was fortunate enough to go see the famous Nagasaki Penguin Aquarium. As soon as I heard about this place I knew I had to go see it, after all penguins are my favorite animals. At this aquarium they release penguins on the beach and allow the public to feed them. I had never heard of this being allowed in aquariums, so I immediately decided to go check it out. The experience was incredible, I couldn't stop shooting with my camera and I got some interesting research done as well. Enjoy some of these beautiful reflections aquariums naturally have, and realize how children and adults alike are amazed by the sight of these animals. There is something about nature, I can stay for so long in an aquarium.

The oldest known living specie: horseshoe crab

Human heat against the cold glass 
of a penguin enclosure

Abstract penguin

Getting a better look

Staring

Kid left alone

Incredible reflection, it looks like light is 
coming out of his hand

Lonely crab

Awe

Giant Thai catfish, the size of kids

My favorite fish, he can walk and stay outside 
of the water for long periods of time


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