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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Ripley’s Aquarium Of Canada Launches In Toronto

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Toronto's newest and most highly anticipated attraction, opened its doors on 16th October 2013, locals and tourists flocking to the 12,500 square-metre ‘Dangerous Lagoon’ at the base of the CN Tower in the heart of Toronto.

Canada’s largest indoor aquarium houses more than 16,000 marine animals and 450 species, including the world’s most exciting jelly fish exhibition, Planet Jellies, and the thrilling underwater tunnel showcasing the biggest shark collection in North America, alongside sawfish, barracudas, moray eels, spadefish and green sea turtles.

Ancient lobsters, sting rays, touch pools and daily live shows will captivate visitors, while Rainbow Reef will mesmerize its audience with a kaleidoscope of colour emanating from the vibrant exhibition of tropical fish.

Expected to draw more than two million visitors per year from around the world, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is home to 20 marine biologists and aquarists responsible for the ongoing care and welfare of the animals.


"The thrilling "Dangerous Lagoon" in Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is a 2.9 million litre underwater adventure filled with 17 sharks, green sea turtles, sawfish, and more, and features a 97 metre underwater tunnel with a moving sidewalk. (CNW Group/Ripley's Aquarium of Canada LP)
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