Anyway, I thought I'd show you a couple of my favourites. What do you think? Wanna go? I'd love to go back sometime. I didn't get to see everything I had wanted to.
|Yep - it's as big as it looks!|
|I got excited right at the beginning - there are even fish and other ocean things on the lights!|
|Looking at fish - I decided that cartoons have tainted my brain. |
They all have really bizarre voices in my head...
|Tia taught me about how sea stars eat! as I questioned why some were so 'puffy' |
(guess who has a long way to go before being science-y)
|I love the colour of this guy!|
|Belly up (a great time for a more advanced lesson about eating and movement!)|
I have a jelly-problem. I could have watched them bob and float around for days. I need to figure out which photos to get rid of, as I took far too many to store, realistically. Aren't they cool?
|These are the first ones that made for a quick (and great lesson on jelly-organs)!|
|According to the sign - these ones are still babies.|
|I have to admit, I'm not a great student... I don't remember a lot of what I was taught... BUT these ones live upside down, and have a relationship with the plants that live on them. They were SO pretty!|
|I can't even fully tell what part is jelly - and what part is plant. So neat.|
|I love polka-dots - and I think this one looks like it has ruffly pantaloons! I think this kind was my favourite... |
but I change my mind a lot.
|These ones looked to me like something out a Nintendo game. They were tiny - and adorable! |
That said, they move SO fast, it was really hard to get a decent photo.
|Another spot for a fun little lesson on barnacles - and how they eat!|
|Sometimes I forget shrimp have such sweet faces.|
|I don't remember which was which anymore, but this tank had sea horses, and sea dragons in it - |
both were super neat!
|The top side of a lot of sea things are pretty cool, but their bellies are just astounding!|