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Nagoya Aquarium | One of the World's Largest Outdoor Tanks

Nagoya Aquarium | One of the World's Largest Outdoor Tanks

Nagoya Aquarium, also known as Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium, opened in 1992. The museum is divided into two buildings: North Building and South Building. The North Building contains one of the largest outdoor tanks in the world where dolphin performances are held. The outdoor area also features a large screen which displays the shows on the screen as the show goes on. In a different part of the North Building guests can even touch the dolphins and view killer whales. The South Building house different kinds of sea creatures from the North Building and in a much different way. The aquarium displays Fuji, an ice crushing ship that was active over twenty years ago in its original form. The sea creatures in the South Building include sea turtles, penguins, and much more.

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