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Pardofelis

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The fourth zoo by species photographed is:

4. BERLIN ZOO-AQUARIUM

-African brush-tailed porcupine Atherurus africanus
-African knifefish Xenomystus nigri
-African pike Hepsetus odoe
-Andean flamingo Phoenicoparrus andinus
-Andean goose Chloephaga melanoptera
-Arabian angelfish Pomacanthus asfur
-Armoured ground cricket Madiga liberiana
-Asian arowana Scleropages formosus
-Asian pied starling Sturnus contra
-Atlas beetle Chalcosoma atlas
-Banded-legged golden orb-web spider Nephila senegalensis
-Bearded pig Sus barbatus
-Black-billed whistling duck Dendrocygna arborea
-Black-capped basslet Gramma melacara
-Black-tailed humbug Dascyllus aruanus
-Black-winged starling Sturnus melanopterus
-Blue crayfish Procambarus alleni
-Blue damselfish Chromis cyanea
-Blue parrotfish Scarus coeruleus
-Blue spiny lizard Sceloporus serrifer
-Blue-banded angelfish Chaetodontoplus septentrionalis
-Blue-bellied roller Coracias cyanogaster
-Blue-lined grouper Cephalopholis polleni
-Blue-ringed angelfish Pomacanthus annularis
-Bonnethead shark Sphyrna tiburo
-Bronze-tailed peacock-pheasant Polyplectron chalcurum
-Brown trout Salmo trutta
-Bumblebee toad Melanophryniscus stelzneri
-Butterfly peacock bass Cichla ocellaris
-Canary-top wrasse Halichoeres leucoxanthus
-Channel-billed cuckoo Scythrops novaehollandiae
-Chocolate tang Acanthurus pyroferus
-Cigar shark Leptobarbus rubripinna
-Collector urchin Tripneustes gratilla
-Colorado river toad Bufo alvarius
-Coloured tube anemione Cerianthus membranaceus
-Common barbel Barbus barbus
-Common bitterling Rhodeus sericeus
-Conde's armored catfish Apistoloricaria condei
-Coral hind Cephalopholis miniata
-Crested caracara Polyborus plancus
-Dragon moray Enchelycore pardalis
-Dragon-headed katydid Lesina intermedia
-Dwarf sungazer Cordylus tropidosternum
-Earspot angelfish Pomacanthus chrysurus
-Elegant unicornfish Naso elegans
-Eschmeyer's scorpionfish Rhinopias eschmeyeri
-European roller Coracias garrulus
-Fire-crowned bishop Euplectes hordeaceus
-Freshwater garfish Xenentodon cancila
-Ghost ribbon eel Pseudechidna brummeri
-Giant glossy black pink-legged millipede Dendrostreptus macracanthus
-Giant panda Ailuropoda melanoleuca
-Giant shovelnose ray Rhinobatos armatus
-Goeldi's monkey Callimico goeldii
-Great barracuda Sphyraena barracuda
-Great predator ground beetle Anthia cinctipennis
-Grey langur Presbytis entellus
-Honecomb cowfish Acanthostracion polygonius
-Indian dwarf mudskipper Periophthalmus novemradiatus
-Jaguarundi Herpailurus yagouaroundi
-King cardinalfish Apogon imberbis
-Leaf scorpionfish Taenianotus triacanthus
-Lechwe Kobus leche
-Lemonpeel angelfish Centropyge flavissimus
-Leopard corydoras Corydoras leopardus
-Lion-tailed macaque Macaca silenus
-Long-spined cardinalfish Apogon leptacanthus
-Long-toed lapwing Vanellus crassirostris
-Mangrove horseshoe crab Carcinoscorpius rotundicauda
-Marbled headstander Abramites hypselonotus
-Masked bannerfish Heniochus monoceros
-Masked lapwing Vanellus miles
-Margined coralfish Chelmon marginalis
-Mediterranean fanworm Spirographis spallanzanii
-Mosaic leatherjacket Eubalichthys mosaicus
-Mountain zebra Equus zebra
-Multicolor angelfish Centropyge multicolor
-Narrow-striped mongoose Mungotictis decemlineata
-Northern pike Esox lucius
-Old glory Amblygobius rainfordi
-Orange filefish Aluterus schoepfii
-Orange-dotted tuskfish Choerodon anchorago
-Owl-faced monkey Cercopithecus hamlyni
-Painted-belly leaf frog Phyllomedusa sauvagii
-Panther chameleon Furcifer pardalis
-Pied heron Egretta picata
-Pink-backed pelican Pelecanus rufescens
-Port Jackson's shark Heterodontus portusjacksoni
-Pot-bellied seahorse Hippocampus abdominalis
-Prehensile-tailed skink Corucia zebrata
-Puna flamingo Phoenicoparrus jamesi
-Purple urchin Sphaerechinus granularis
-Purple-crowned roller Coracias naevia
-Queensland yellow-tailed angelfish Chaetodontoplus meredithi
-Rainbow characin Rhoadsia altipinna
-Red river hog Potamochoerus porcus
-Red-headed vulture Sarcogyps calvus
-Red-legged seriema Cariama cristata
-Ring-tailed mongoose Galidia elegans
-Rooster hogfish Lachnolaimus maximus
-Royal twig catfish Sturisoma panamense
-Sable antelope Hippotragus niger
-Sao Francisco piranha Serrasalmus piraya
-Sapphire devil Chrysiptera cyanea
-Seychelles butterflyfish Chaetodon madagaskariensis
-Shovel-nosed catfish Sorubim lima
-Shovel-nosed twig catfish Farlowella platorynchus
-Slingjaw wrasse Epibulus insidiator
-Small-spotted catshark Scyliorhinus canicula
-Spanish hogfish Bodianus rufus
-Spot-fin porcupinefish Diodon hystrix
-Spotted drum Equetus punctatus
-Spotted pike-characin Boulengerella maculata
-Spotted scat Scatophagus argus
-Spotted thick-knee Burhinus capensis
-Sprung's stunner coral Echinopora lamellosa
-Stoplight parrotfish Sparisoma viride
-Striped poison-fang blenny Meiacanthus grammistes
-Sunburst butterflyfish Chaetodon kleinii
-Sunset anthias Pseudanthias parvirostris
-Sunshine pleco Scobinancistrus aureatus
-Swamp deer Cervus duvaucelii
-Tayra Eira barbara
-Threadfin prawn goby Stonogobiops nematodes
-Three-spotted damselfish Dascyllus trimaculatus
-Toque macaque Macaca sinica
-Trumpet manucode Phonygrammus keraudrenii
-Unicorn leatherjacket Aluterus monoceros
-Vagabond butterflyfish Chaetodon vagabundus
-Vermiculated wrasse Macropharyngodon bipartitus
-Violescent sea-whip Paramuricea clavata
-Water buffalo Bubalus bubalis
-Weedy scorpionfish Rhinopias frondosa
-Weeper capuchin Cebus olivaceus
-West Australian seahorse Hippocampus subelongatus
-Whistling swan Cygnus columbianus
-White gorgonian Eunicella singularis
-White-barred wrasse Pseudocheilinus ocellatus
-White-bellied bustard Eupodotis senegalensis
-White-blotched river stingray Potamotrygon leopoldi
-White-headed buffalo weaver Dinemellia dinemelli
-White-lipped peccary Tayassu pecari
-White-lipped tree frog Litoria infrafrenata
-White-necked raven Corvus albicollis
-White-spotted jellyfish Phyllorhiza punctata
-Wild goat Capra aegagrus
-Wolf characin Cynodon gibbus
-Woma python Aspidites ramsayi
-Woolly-necked stork Ciconia episcopus
-Yellow-headed wrasse Halichoeres garnoti
-Yellow-masked angelfish Pomacanthus xanthometopon
-Yellow-tailed tamarin wrasse Anampses meleagrides
-Zebra angelfish Genicanthus caudovittatus

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I will definately do ! It would be pleasure to meet you! In my near future plans are Duisburg  - Krefeld  and Frankfurt- Neunkirchen zoos.  I am waiting the two Berlin zoos to open their Carnivores house and first thing I will do is to travel to Berlin.  My be that's perfect time to visit Dresden also. Or may be we can join in two zoos Berlin tour  :) :)

I will be at 17.10.2020 for sure in Berlin :)

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Hmmm.... maybe we can think in a kind of meeting? :)

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Papo: 9
Mojo Fun: 8
Kaiyodo: 7
Ikimon/Kitan Club: 5
PNSO: 3
Bullyland: 2
CBIOV: 2
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Hmmm.... maybe we can think in a kind of meeting? :)

It is phantastic if you will come too :)

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It would be great. I don't know if I will can but it sounds tempting! A zootour maybe? Both Berlins + Magdeburg is doable?

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Schleich: 12
Papo: 9
Mojo Fun: 8
Kaiyodo: 7
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PNSO: 3
Bullyland: 2
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It would be great. I don't know if I will can but it sounds tempting! A zootour maybe? Both Berlins + Magdeburg is doable?

I am only for one day there. Because the next day than we fly to Turkey :)

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Oh, then better I will leave it for another year :) I hope you enjoy in Turkey :)

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Schleich: 12
Papo: 9
Mojo Fun: 8
Kaiyodo: 7
Ikimon/Kitan Club: 5
PNSO: 3
Bullyland: 2
CBIOV: 2
Southland Replicas: 2
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Oh, then better I will leave it for another year :) I hope you enjoy in Turkey :)

I think so. But let me know if you will visit the Zoo Leipzig or Dresden. Than is a meeting very easily. We enjoy in Turkey, we are sure. We was there a few times :)

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Some of my best photos of Berlin zoo-aquarium!


African brush-tailed porcupine, an uncommon rodent so see in zoos
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Trio of Andean geese
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Asian arowana
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Bearded pig, an animal that sadly is disappearing from European zoos
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A young blue crayfish without one claw
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The beautiful blue spiny lizard
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Bonnethead shark from below
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The rare Channel-billed cuckoo eating a snack
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When young, the Chocolate tang is bright yellow
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Colorado river toad is probably the most popular toad in captivity, but here it was my first time seeing one
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Crested caracara
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A rare beauty, the earspot angelfish
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Eschmeyer's scorpionfish looks like exactly a piece of red seaweed... and that's what it pretends!
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Fire-crowned bishop sunbathing
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Mating giant glossy black pink-legged millipedes with pachnodas
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Giant panda Bao Bao holded the record of age of all captive pandas in captivity
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Great predator ground beetle, is always nice to see in an insects house some critters that are not stick insects nor tarantulas
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King cardinalfish in a Mediterranean themed tank
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Resting lechwe
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Lion-tailed macaque
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Mangrove horseshoe crab was a bonus, it was very pleasing to see a horseshoe crab that is not the typical Limulus polyphemus
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Couple of marbled headstanders
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Masked lapwing
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Margined coralfish is a nice unusual variation from the usual banded coralfish that all other aquariums in the world keeps
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Of the dwarf angelfishes, the multicolor angelfish is one of the rarest in public aquaria because is a deepwater species but Berlin keeps it successfully
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Narrow-striped mongoose is a little cute treasure in the Nocturnal House
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The weird-looking orange filefish
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Panther chameleon in tawny tune
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Pied heron is one of the rarest (in zoos) large birds kept at the collection at this time, I think is no longer present now
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Puna flamingo, the rarest in captivity and most spectacular of all the flamingos
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Red river hog with piglet
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The endangered red-headed vulture sunbathing
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Sable antelope family at rest
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Seychelles butterflyfish, one of the various rare butterflyfish that this park holds
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Colour splash of an adult stoplight parrotfish
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Not the greatest photo, but the trumpet manucode was the reason that made me travel to Germany for first time, for see it at Berlin zoo. One of the rarest animals in the zoo, as it's the only zoo in the world that holds it (and the whole monotypic genus). I doubt a lot that is still alive...
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Weedy scorpionfish, a greatly camouflaged ambush predator
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Weeper capuchin in the primate house
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White-headed buffalo weaver, is bigger than you would expect
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The wild pig collection of this zoo is amazing, now the rarely seen white-lipped peccary!
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White-lipped tree frog, they live mixed with the more usual White's tree frog
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Absolutely beautiful white-spotted jellyfish
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Colorata: 15
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Schleich: 12
Papo: 9
Mojo Fun: 8
Kaiyodo: 7
Ikimon/Kitan Club: 5
PNSO: 3
Bullyland: 2
CBIOV: 2
Southland Replicas: 2
Nayab: 1
Happy Kin: 1
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cheers cheers cheers cheers

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The fifth zoo by number of species photographed is:

5. FAUNIA MADRID
It has been visited twice, hence the number of species increaded a bit respecting those zoos that I've visited only once.

-Adelie's penguin Pygoscelis adeliae
-Agassiz's dwarf cichlid Apistogramma agassizii
-Andean cock-of-the-rock Rupicola peruviana
-Arapaima Arapaima gigas
-Australian water dragon Physignathus lesueurii
-Banded maori wrasse Cheilinus fasciatus
-Bar-headed spinefoot Siganus virgatus
-Barking deer Muntiacus muntjak
-Baron's green racer Philodryas baroni
-Bennett's wallaby Macropus rufogriseus
-Bicolour parrotfish Cetoscarus bicolor
-Black aguti Dasyprocta fuliginosa
-Black swan Cygnus atratus
-Black-finned dartfish Ptereleotris evides
-Black-hooded parakeet Nandayus nenday
-Black-necked swan Cygnus melancoryphus
-Black-tailed prairie dog Cynomys ludovicianus
-Black-throated magpie-jay Calocitta colliei
-Black-tipped reef shark Carcharhinus melanopterus
-Blind cave tetra Astyanax jordani
-Blue mbuna Labeotropheus fuelleborni
-Blue streak hap Labidochromis caeruleus
-Blue-banded snapper Lutjanus kasmira
-Blue-fronted amazon Amazona aestiva
-Brazilian porcupine Coendou prehensilis
-Brown brocket deer Mazama gouazoubira
-Brown capuchin monkey Cebus apella
-Brown lemur Eulemur fulvus
-Caribbean manatee Trichechus manatus
-Central American bushmaster Lachesis stenophrys
-Central bearded dragon Pogona vitticeps
-Chinamanfish Symphorus nematophorus
-Chinstrap penguin Pygoscelis antarctica
-Cleaner pipefish Doryrhamphus janssi
-Clown grouper Pogonoperca punctata
-Clown triggerfish Balistoides conspicillum
-Collared peccary Tayassu tajacu
-Common crane Grus grus
-Common leaf-cutting ant Atta cephalotes
-Common pandora Pagellus erythrinus
-Common squirrel monkey Saimiri sciureus
-Common stonefish Synanceia verrucosa
-Common turkey Meleagris gallopavo
-Cow bream Sarpa salpa
-Crocodile monitor Varanus salvadorii
-Cuban hutia Capromys pilorides
-Demason's cichlid Pseudotropheus demasoni
-Dwarf mongoose Helogale parvula
-East Atlantic peacock wrasse Symphodus tinca
-Eastern quoll Dasyurus viverrinus
-Egyptian fruit bat Rousettus aegyptiacus
-Electric eel Electrophorus electricus
-Emperor cichlid Aulonocara nyassae
-Emperor red snapper Lutjanus sebae
-Emperor tamarin Saguinus imperator
-Fennec fox Vulpes zerda
-Fiji banded iguana Brachylophus fasciatus
-Four-eyed fish Anableps anableps
-Gentoo penguin Pygoscelis papua
-Giant waxy monkey frog Phyllomedusa bicolor
-Gilthead seabream Sparus aurata
-Glowlight tetra Hemigrammus erythrozonus
-Goeldi's monkey Callimico goeldii
-Golden trevally Gnathanodon speciosus
-Great white pelican Pelecanus onocrotalus
-Greater rhea Rhea americana
-Green anaconda Eunectes murinus
-Greenish acuchy Myoprocta pratti
-Grey crowned crane Balearica regulorum
-Grey-hooded gull Larus cirrocephalus
-Grey-winged trumpeter Psophia crepitans
-Guineafowl pufferfish Arothron meleagris
-Heavy stick insect Pharnacia ponderosa
-Hoffmann's two-toed sloth Choloepus hoffmanni
-Horned starfish Protoreaster nodosus
-Hornet cichlid Pseudotropheus crabro
-Humboldt's night monkey Aotus trivirgatus
-Indian flying fox Pteropus giganteus
-Jaguar cichlid Parachromis managuensis
-Julia butterfly Dryas iulia
-King penguin Aptenodytes patagonicus
-Komodo dragon Varanus komodoensis
-Lemon damsel Pomacentrus sulphureus
-Lesser blue-eared glossy starling Lamprotornis chloropterus
-Live shark-sucker Echeneis naucrates
-Long-horned boxfish Lactoria cornuta
-Luristan newt Neurergus kaiseri
-Magellanic penguin Spheniscus magellanicus
-Malachite butterfly Siproeta stelenes
-Marbled headstander Abramites hypselonotus
-Matamata turtle Chelus fimbriatus
-Meerkat Suricata suricatta
-Melpomene postman butterfly Heliconius melpomene
-Nancy Ma's night monkey Aotus nancymaae
-Ncheni cichlid Dimidiochromis dimidiatus
-New Caledonia giant gecko Rhacodactylus leachianus
-New Guinea blue-tongued skink Tiliqua gigas
-Nile crocodile Crocodylus niloticus
-Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus
-North African masigure Uromastyx acanthinura
-North American black oystercatcher Haematopus bachmani
-North American black widow Latrodectus mactans
-Nose-horned viper Vipera ammodytes
-Ocelot Leopardus pardalis
-Orange-spotted spinefoot Siganus guttatus
-Pacific sailfin tang Zebrasoma veliferum
-Pacu Colossoma macropomum
-Painted comber Serranus scriba
-Painted frogfish Antennarius pictus
-Parker's snake-necked turtle Chelodina parkeri
-Patagonian mara Dolichotis patagonum
-Payara Hydrolycus scomberoides
-Pennant coralfish Heniochus acuminatus
-Philippine leaf insect Phyllium philippinicum
-Porkfish Anisotremus virginicus
-Puff adder Bitis arietans
-Purple glossy starling Lamprotornis purpureus
-Pygmy slow loris Nycticebus pygmaeus
-Red kangaroo Macropus rufus
-Red lionfish Pterois volitans
-Red piranha Serrasalmus nattereri
-Red-fronted macaw Ara rubrogenys
-Red-tailed catfish Phractocephalus hemioliopterus
-Redcoat Sargocentron rubrum
-Rhinoceros iguana Cyclura cornuta
-Ring-tailed lemur Lemur catta
-Scrapermouth mbuna Labeotropheus trewavasae
-Scrub python Morelia amethystina
-Seba's short-tailed bat Carollia perspicillata
-South African flat rock scorpion Hadogenes troglodytes
-Southern lesser bushbaby Galago moholi
-Spectacled caiman Caiman crocodilus
-Splendid garden eel Gorgasia preclara
-Spotted gar Lepisosteus oculatus
-Spotted garden eel Heteroconger hassi
-Springhare Pedetes capensis
-Steller's sea lion Eumetopias jubatus
-Striped red mullet Mullus surmuletus
-Toco toucan Ramphastos toco
-Upland goose Chloephaga picta
-Violet goby Gobioides broussonnetii
-Violet turaco Musophaga violacea
-Western diamondback rattlesnake Crotalus atrox
-Western honeybee Apis mellifera
-White-faced saki Pithecia pithecia
-White-spotted pufferfish Arothron hispidus
-Yellow-naped amazon Amazona auropalliata
-Yellow-throated toucan Ramphastos ambiguus
-Zebra mbuna Maylandia zebra
-Zebra seabream Diplodus cervinus

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PNSO: 3
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My best photos from Faunia:

It's the only zoo in Europe to hold Adelie's penguins!
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Arapaimas live in the Amazokian tunnel-view tank with manatees
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Barking deer or Indian muntjack, much rarer in zoos than the usual Chinese muntjack.
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Portrait of a Baron's green racer in the Venom section
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Bennett's wallabies lives in a walkthrough enclosure with an old emu. You can pet them if they want
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There are some free-ranging black swans, that are tame and allows close portraits
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Cute couple of black-hooded parakeets or nanday conures. They're free-flying in a tropical hall
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Maybe my best photo of the place and a species that I love so much: the black-necked swan. They swim in the Capuchin monkey island.
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Black-tailed prairie dog eating a big load of bread. They're free-ranging in the park in the middle of visitors
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It was the first place where I saw blind cave tetras
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Blue streak hap is one of the nicest cichlids with this bright lemon yellow
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Blue-fronted amazon is free flying in the tropical hall
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Brazilian porcupine in the nocturnal house. Such an interesting species!
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Faunia is the only zoo in Europe that host brown brocket deer!
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Brown capuchin monkey walking on a rope. They live on an "island" in the lake so there are no visual barriers to the visitors, no glass ot bars
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A relaxing brown lemur in the walkthrough exhibit African Forest
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Caribbean manatee is probably one of the stars of this place, you can see them from a underwater tunnel and from avobe the surface, and if you pay an extra you can enter in the water and feed them in hand
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It's the only European zoo that holds a Central American bushmaster. In the Venom exhibit
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Chinamanfish seems to have not present anymore in European zoos. Faunia was maybe the only holder, tough now is disappeared here too
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Cleaner pipefish is another rarity when compared with other pipefishes, it's also an old photo and not present anymore here
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A neat collared peccary :)
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Common stonefish, really looks like exactly a rock... a deadly rock Razz
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Portrait of the endangered Cuban hutia
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A very cute Egyptian fruit bat
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Beautiful and endangered, the Fiji banded iguana
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The four eyes of a four-eyed fish
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A rather serious gentoo penguin
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Giant waxy monkey frog in the Venom exhibit
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"Framed" great white pelicans Razz
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Showy greater rhea spreading wings
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The beauty of a grey crowned crane. It shares the exhibit with spurred tortoises
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Another relatively rare species in zoos, the grey-hooded gull
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Beautiful horned starfish
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Humboldt's night monkey
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The butterfly house is rather poor, but at least besides tons of postmans I saw this Julia butterfly
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Underwater view of swimming king penguin
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Supercute long-horned boxfish
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A lot of Luristan newts! In the Venom section
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The diversity of species of the penguin collection of Faunia is trully amazing. They have Magellanic penguins too
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Matamata turtle trying to look a submerged log
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There was a lot of Melpomene postman butterfles in all its colour morphs
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Nile crocodile
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Nile tilapia lives in the Nile crocodile exhibit too
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More beautiful tropical reef fishes, such as the Orange-spotted spinefoot...
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or the Pacific sailfin tang
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Painted frogfish, no longer present
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Parker's snake-necked turtle
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Perfect mimic, the Philippine leaf insect, in the butterfly house
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Pygmy slow loris in the Venom section
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Portrait of a sleepy red kangaroo. It's in a walkthrough exhibit, you can be as close to the animals as they want
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Ring-tailed lemur at lunch time. They live in a walkthrough exhibit too
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Scrub python
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A hanging Seba's short-tailed bat
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Another unique species, the springhare. Shares exhibit with aardvardks and bushbabies
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The biggest animal in Faunia is the Steller's sea lion. They made shows with it and California sea lions
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Striped red mullet in a small Mediterranean tank in the Poles section
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Toco toucan free flying in the big tropical hall
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Upland geese couple, free ranging outdoors
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Violet turaco in the Lorikeet Aviary that they share with other two turaco species
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Western honeybee honeycombs
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People feeding the free-ranging white-faced sakis in the tropical hall
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Couple of yellow-throated toucans of the Swainson's subspecies. It's a rarer species in captivity than I tought
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And by last the beautiful zebra seabream
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Kaiyodo: 7
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PNSO: 3
Bullyland: 2
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Aquarium Palma de Mallorca

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Absolutely wonderful! :) Sea apples with orange spot filefish, sand tiger shark, the tank with razorfishes and a garden eel and a nice pipefish and the splendid portrait of the conger are my favourites of your photos :) I also see under the cow bream a fish that I have special fondness for, the flying gurnard. Did you saw any in display of their "wings"?

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PNSO: 3
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Absolutely wonderful! :) Sea apples with orange spot filefish, sand tiger shark, the tank with razorfishes and a garden eel and a nice pipefish and the splendid portrait of the conger are my favourites of your photos :) I also see under the cow bream a fish that I have special fondness for, the flying gurnard. Did you saw any in display of their "wings"?

Many thanks my friend. No, i have not seen. I had less than 7 hours for Mallorca and the Aquarium is a little far away from the harbor. I it was my wish to see also any more of Palma de Mallorca. So i was only around one hour in the Aquarium. So i cant see all the details :)

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Great photos Isidro, I have now discovered some new species from your photos.


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Thanks friend, I would love to hear which ones Very Happy

I've abandoned a bit this little project of photos by zoo, but I really have very little free time now (sounds ironical but is true!)

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PNSO: 3
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Pacific sailfin tang, spinefoot, luristan newt, grey hooded gull, giant waxy monkey frog, barons green racer and white headed buffalo weaver

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Oh! There are some rarer/more unknown ones than these! :) Maybe you know the newt under a different common name, Kaiser's spotted newt or Iranian newt :)
White-headed buffalo weavers are impressive! They're just sparrows but they're bigger than starlings!

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The sixth zoo by number of species photographed is:

6. BIRCH AQUARIUM, California

That lovely aquarium is a very special place. It's a really good and fantastic small aquarium, that I've visited during my San Diego zoo trip. After visiting the super-expensive, extremely attraction-touristic thing that is SeaWorld San Diego, I loved to visit this instead much more interesting and species-rich small aquarium, much more close to the public and without this air of a thematic park that SeaWorld have. Influenced maybe by the deceiving taste of SeaWorld, I loved that aquarium so much, that I bought something in the gift shop, a think that I almost never do in any zoo. I bought something for give them thanks for being so good. And what I bought? An animal figurine, namely the Safari LTD Leopard Shark, a species that I've chose also because it's present in this aquarium, and because I like the species a lot and I never saw it before my San Diego trip.

The very special thing is that I had absolutely no interest in animal figurines before that. This was THE FIRST figure of my collection, the starter of all this that grown so much in the next years!

List of species photographed at Birch Aquarium:

-Banded guitarfish Zapteryx exasperata
-Banded pipefish Doryrhamphus dactyliophorus
-Barred flagtail Kuhlia mugil
-Bat starfish Patiria miniata
-Bay pipefish Syngnathus leptorhynchus
-Blackeye goby Coryphopterus nicholsii
-Blacksmith damselfish Chromis punctipinnis
-Blue and gold snapper Lutjanus viridis
-Blue green damselfish Chromis viridis
-Blue rockfish Sebastes mystinus
-Blue-and-orange cleaner pipefish Doryrhamphus excisus
-Blue-barred parrotfish Scarus ghobban
-Blue-spotted jawfish Opistognathus rosenblatti
-Bocaccio rockfish Sebastes paucispinis
-Broomtail grouper Mycteroperca xenarcha
-Brown box crab Lopholithodes foraminatus
-Brown sea hare Aplysia californica
-Brown shrimp Penaeus californicus
-Bubble coral Plerogyra sinuosa
-C-O sole Pleuronichthys coenosus
-Calico bass Paralabrax clathratus
-Calico rockfish Sebastes dallii
-California butterfly ray Gymnura marmorata
-California cup coral Dendrophyllia californica
-California flounder Paralichthys californicus
-California golden gorgonian Muricea californica
-California moray Gymnothorax mordax
-California mussel Mytilus californianus
-California sheephead Semicossyphus pulcher
-California spiny lobster Panulirus interruptus
-Californian salema Xenistius californiensis
-Carribbean rock mantis shrimp Neogonodactylus bredini
-Catalina goby Lythrypnus dalli
-Chestnut cowry Cypraea spadicea
-China rockfish Sebastes nebulosus
-Chub mackerel Scomber japonicus
-Comet Calloplesiops altivelis
-Copper rockfish Sebastes caurinus
-Coral hawkfish Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus
-Cortez banded butterflyfish Chaetodon humeralis
-Cortez rainbow wrasse Thalassoma lucasanum
-Decorated warbonnet Chirolophis decoratus
-Diamond stingray Dasyatis dipterura
-Doctorfish Anarrhichthys ocellatus
-Dwarf seahorse Hippocampus zosterae
-East Pacific slate pencil urchin Eucidaris thouarsii
-Egg-yolk jellyfish Phacellophora camtschatica
-Flag rockfish Sebastes rubrivinctus
-Flamboyant cuttlefish Metasepia pfefferi
-Fringed burrowing anemone Pachycerianthus fimbriatus
-Garibaldi Hypsipops rubicunda
-Geoffroy's wrasse Macropharyngodon geoffroy
-Giant damselfish Microspathodon dorsalis
-Giant kelpfish Heterostichus rostratus
-Giant pink sea star Pisaster brevispinus
-Giant plumose anemone Metridium farcimen
-Giant rock scallop Crassadoma gigantea
-Giant sea bass Stereolepis gigas
-Gold-saddle goatfish Parupeneus cyclostomus
-Golden trevally Gnathanodon speciosus
-Grey grunt Haemulon scudderi
-Greybar grunt Haemulon sexfasciatum
-Grunt sculpin Rhamphocottus richardsoni
-Guadalupe cardinalfish Apogon guadalupensis
-Hairfin lookdown Selene brevoortii
-Halfmoon Medialuna californiensis
-Hawkfish anthias Serranocirrhitus latus
-Horn shark Heterodontus francisci
-Island kelpfish Alloclinus holderi
-Jewel moray Muraena lentiginosa
-Leafy seadragon Phycodurus eques
-Leopard shark Triakis semifasciata
-Linned seahorse Hippocampus erectus
-Loggerhead turtle Caretta caretta
-Longfin yellowtail Seriola rivoliana
-Longnose puffer Sphoeroides lobatus
-Many-banded pipefish Doryrhamphus multiannulatus
-Messmate pipefish Corythoichthys haematopterus
-Mexican hogfish Bodianus diplotaenia
-Mottled anemone Urticina crassicornis
-Mottled starfish Evasterias troschelii
-New Holland seahorse Hippocampus whitei
-Northern basket star Gorgonocephalus eucnemis
-Olive rockfish Sebastes serranoides
-Orange-cup coral Tubastrea coccinea
-Orange-pink urchin Strongylocentrotus fragilis
-Orangeside triggerfish Sufflamen verres
-Orangethroat pikeblenny Chaenopsis alepidota
-Pacific angelshark Squatina californica
-Pacicif creole-fish Paranthias colonus
-Pacific mutton hamlet Alphestes immaculatus
-Pacific sardine Sardinops sagax
-Pacific sea nettle Chrysaora fuscescens
-Pacific seahorse Hippocampus ingens
-Pacific spiny brittlestar Ophiothrix spiculata
-Painted greenling Oxylebius pictus
-Palau nautilus Nautilus belauensis
-Panamic soldierfish Myripristis leiognathus
-Pelagic stingray Dasyatis violacea
-Peppermint shrimp Lysmata wurdemanni
-Pulsing polyp coral Xenia umbellata
-Rainbow scorpionfish Scorpaenodes xyris
-Rainbow seaperch Hypsurus caryi
-Red abalone Haliotis rufescens
-Red checkerboard wrasse Halichoeres ornatissimus
-Red gorgonian Lophogorgia chilensis
-Red Irish lord Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus
-Red king crab Paralithodes camtschaticus
-Red rock shrimp Lysmata californica
-Ribboned pipefish Haliichthys taeniophorus
-Ridged blood starfish Henricia aspera
-Rock wrasse Halichoeres semicinctus
-Round stingray Urolophus halleri
-Russet angelfish Centropyge potteri
-Saddle anemonefish Amphiprion ephippium
-Sammara squirrelfish Neoniphon sammara
-Sarcastic fringehead Neoclinus blanchardi
-Scissortail damselfish Chromis atrilobata
-Scythemarked butterflyfish Prognathodes falcifer
-Shiner perch Cymatogaster aggregata
-Short dragonfish Eurypegasus draconis
-Shovelnose guitarfish Rhinobatos productus
-Spotfin croaker Roncador stearnsii
-Spottail grunt Haemulon maculicauda
-Star-studded grouper Hyporthodus niphobles
-Starry flounder Platichthys stellatus
-Stone triggerfish Pseudobalistes naufragium
-Strawberry anemone Corynactis californica
-Striated boomerang coral Herpolitha limax
-Sunflower sea star Pycnopodia helianthoides
-Tanner crab Chionoecetes bairdi
-Tiger rockfish Sebastes nigrocinctus
-Tiger-tail seahorse Hippocampus comes
-Topsmelt silverside Atherinops affinis
-Tuna crab Pleuroncodes planipes
-Vermilion rockfish Sebastes miniatus
-Warty sea cucumber Parastichopus parvimensis
-Weedy seadragon Phyllopteryx taeniolatus
-White seaperch Phanerodon furcatus
-White-spotted anemone Urticina lofotensis
-White-spotted hermit crab Dardanus megistos
-Whitefin surgeonfish Acanthurus albipectoralis
-Yellow polyp black coral Antipathes galapagensis
-Yellowfin drum Umbrina roncador
-Yellowfin surgeonfish Acanthurus xanthopterus
-Xantic sargo Anisotremus davidsonii
-Zebra moray Gymnomuraena zebra
-Zebra-perch sea chub Kyphosus azureus

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My collection:
Homemade: 68
CollectA: 51
Colorata: 15
Safari LTD: 13
Schleich: 12
Papo: 9
Mojo Fun: 8
Kaiyodo: 7
Ikimon/Kitan Club: 5
PNSO: 3
Bullyland: 2
CBIOV: 2
Southland Replicas: 2
Nayab: 1
Happy Kin: 1
Takara Tomy: 1
Natural History: 1
Science & Nature: 1

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Very nice array of species. Applause

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Some of my best photos from Birch aquarium!

I rarely photograph things that are not real specimens of lifeforms, but this lifesized sculpture of a mother grey whale and calf emering from a fountain at the entry of this aquarium, impressed me so much, that I want to share it with all you! :)
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I'm a sucker for strange, weird and colorful shark and rays rather than for boring "big" plain grey ones. I was happy to find one of my favourite species here, the Banded guitarfish!
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School of Blacksmith damselfish swimming in the Kelp Forest tank
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Colorful blue and gold snapper
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The blue green damselfish is one of the most common tropical reef fishes in aquariums but here I obtained my best photo of it
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Broomtail grouper in the sunken ship tank
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Brown shrimp, I wish more shrimps are represented in public aquariums, where rarely appear any species besides the common Lysmatas. So I liked a lot to see a "different" shrimp alive
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A very neat pinky bubble coral
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Nicely patterned Calico rockfish
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Couple of California morays
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Impressive California spiny lobster in the same tank than the morays
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One of the best stars that I was more happy to find in this aquarium!!! A mantis shrimp!!!!! This Caribbean rock mantis shrimp lives in a tank with dead corals that is used for comparation with a next tank with live corals, for warn people about coral bleaching.
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My most favourite goby species was here where I saw it for first time!!!! Imagine my happiness!!! Catalina goby with almost surreal colours Very Happy
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Seeing alive cowries is also something very special for me as I'm used to see only empty shells in shops, as souvenirs, in museums, etc and they're magnific creatures! Chestnut cowry is one of the nicest species!
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Comets or "sea bettas" are common in aquariums but very shy and often remain hidden in a crevice. Here I obtained the best photo I have for this species:
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A coral hawkfish resting in the bottom
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Diamond stingray in the outdoor shark and ray tank
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Beautiful flag rockfish
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In this aquarium full of nice surprises I found a lot of happiness but maybe none of them can beat the superdreamed Flamboyant cuttlefish!!!!
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Pure beauty of the Pacific coast seafloor! Group of fringed burrowing anemones in front of a bed of strawberry anemones and with a nice warty sea cucumber visiting!
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A juvenile Garibaldi, so different from adults that one could think it's a different species!
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Intrincate pattern of a Geoffroy's wrasse
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Kan you see a Giant kelpfish here?
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And now? Very Happy
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One of the photos I like more from this place. The Giant sea bass is a Critically Endangered species in the edge of the extinction Sad Birch Aquarium holds a indolent and pacific individual of these giants in the Kelp Forest tank and it's the star of the place. Compare its size with a children! In photo is not as impressive as in real but...!
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Another of the dreamed creatures that I like a lot and suddendly here they are, in front of my eyes! A real and alive grunt sculpin! These weird-shaped cute tiny things are amazing! They share the tank with pygmy lumpsuckers according to signage, but I passed minutes and minutes watching every corner and crevice of the tank and no lumpsucker appeared. But the grunt sculpin is enough for make me happy :)
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Hawkfish anthias is an attractive tropical reef species not often seen in aquariums
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Another of the best gems of the aquarium: one of the most magnificent fishes of the whole sea, the mythical leafy seadragon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They're really impressive!
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The seadragons live in the Seahorse Room with a wide collection of other seahorses and pipefishes, such as these lined seahorses in two tones:
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This loggerhead turtle was impacted by a ship and lost one rear flipper and part of the shell, so now it lives in a safe place in the Sunken Ship tank because it could not survive in the wild
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In the same tank, the pure elegance of the streamlined and beautiful longfin yellowtail
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Attractive colours of a many-banded pipefish
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Another big pleasant surprise, nothing less than a Basket star!!! This northern basket star is at the moment my only photograph of an alive specimen of this fascinating group of animals :)
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Floral arrangement of the orange-cup coral
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Pacific mutton hamlet another rarity in aquariums!
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Pacific seahorse is the only seahorse that doesn't live in the Seahorse Room
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A superamazing species that I didn't knew at all before visiting the aquarium: the painted greenling!
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Couple of nice rainbow seaperchs
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Red Irish lord trying to look like a rock
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The box of surprises never end... here the amazing ribboned pipefish!
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Beautiful colours of a russet angelfish
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Sammara squirrelfish, another rarity
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Probably many of you know one of the weirdest fishes of the ocean, the Sarcastic fringehead. I never imagined that I would see one alive in an aquarium. Needless to say that I didn't saw it displaying the mouth.
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One more of the thinks that excited me most. I'm a fan of butterflyfishes and I never saw before none species of Prognathodes, a genus that I like a lot. Until I saw the scythemarked butterflyfish in this aquarium!
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Endless giant surprises in terms of amazing dreamed species. Nothing less than short dragonfish! A couple of these wonders live in the Seahorse Room!
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A starry flounder resting in a rock :)
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Ginormous sunflower sea star climbing the glass of the tank
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Tuna crab or pelagic swimming crab, the first time I see a galatheid in an aquarium! Very Happy
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Weedy seadragons are not as impressive as their leafy cousins but still amazing!
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My collection:
Homemade: 68
CollectA: 51
Colorata: 15
Safari LTD: 13
Schleich: 12
Papo: 9
Mojo Fun: 8
Kaiyodo: 7
Ikimon/Kitan Club: 5
PNSO: 3
Bullyland: 2
CBIOV: 2
Southland Replicas: 2
Nayab: 1
Happy Kin: 1
Takara Tomy: 1
Natural History: 1
Science & Nature: 1

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Very amazing array of beautiful species. cheers cheers cheers

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cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers

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