Cool Things I Saw at the Georgia Aquarium

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The Georgia Aquarium Rocks

On my last day in Atlanta, I took a trip to the Georgia Aquarium, which has been open for just one year and is the largest aquarium in the world. Seriously. Here are some of the cool sea creatures I saw on my visit.

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The Beluga Whale, which is related to the Dolphin, is the only whale that can move its neck

The Aquarium has a pod of five Beluga whales. Their eyes look almost human.

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Whale Shark

They also have a bunch of whale sharks, which, obviously, are the world’s biggest sharks.

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Jellyfish!

I know someone who would like to have a home aquarium filled with just Jellyfish.

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Big Big Tank

We stayed in this room for about an hour just watching the fish swim by. It was so awesome.

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Giant Grouper

These Giant Grouper swim up to the glass and look right at you.

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The Leafy Sea Dragon is Related to the Sea Horse and Pipefish

How can you look at this thing and say there is no god?

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The Reedy Sea Dragon is the Leafy Sea Dragon’s Less-Flamboyant Cousin

The Georgia Aquarium really is like a Disneyland for fish and sea mamals. I had the best time and reccommend that everyone go there when they are in Atlanta. You can make advance reservations at their website.

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