This is a wonderful, relatively new facility with cheerful volunteers that encouraged the kids to pick up sea cucumbers and showed them how starfish look on both sides and how they bury themselves. The volunteers also explained about the many lovely puffer and exotic fish in more than 4 tanks, as well as about their BIG moray eel. There are more than 4 turtles in the turtle tank, too. Exhibits also explain how the river is used for water supply, sanitation, and how it is being restored to health. Their are good area maps on the walls and good explanations about many different aspects, including an interactive flood stage exhibit. The kids loved it!
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