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You’ll find much more than underwater creatures at the Vancouver Aquarium. Walk through the Graham Amazon Gallery, a mini jungle expedition where you’ll come across tropical birds, snakes, two-toed sloths, and monkeys. There are simulated tropical rainstorms every hour with rolling thunder, rain, and lightning.
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Classic Aquariums has been in business since 1984 and has established a reputation as one of the premier aquarium system and maintenance service companies in the Pacific Northwest, serving Portland OR., Vancouver WA., and surrounding areas. CAI has experience in providing standard and custom fresh
and salt water systems ranging from 50 to 1800 gallons. CAI has worked with architects, contractors and interior designers to provide and meet their clients needs. CAI is ready to design and install an attractive system to compliment your specific needs.
Vancouver Aquarium, an  initiative, connects more than one million people to stories of our blue planet each year. Tag  to be featured.
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Photo provided by FlickrVancouver Aquarium, an  initiative, connects more than one million people to stories of our blue planet each year. Tag  to be featured.
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You can guess based on our book’s title that we’re going to start somewhere with lots of water critters. The Vancouver Aquarium is a great place for kids and adults alike. Innovative, educational exhibits are plentiful throughout. In addition to the Aquarium’s resident otters—Elfin, Tanu, Katmai, and Wally—the Aquarium boasts a grand display of flora and fauna found along the Pacific Northwestern coast, as well as belugas, penguins, sea lions, and Spinnaker and friends. The Vancouver Aquarium’s mandate dictates that they care for and rehabilitate injured and/or orphaned animals that would otherwise perish if left in the wild. An excellent article about their nonprofit activities is found on the Aqua Blog (). And don’t forget to stop in the gift shop and pick up your very own otter!While the end is still a few years away, it’s a promising sign that more facilities like this will continue to end their captive cetacean exhibits. Hopefully the Vancouver Aquarium will continue to shift its work towards the rescue, rehabilitation and release of whales and dolphins who need help, and the public will continue to push for a ban that will stop the Vancouver Aquarium from keeping, or breeding, any others in the future.Vancouver-based chef Ned Bell is widely known for his elegant, seasonal, and delicious seafood cuisine, but is equally-known for his dedication to ocean life sustainability. Bell, who has been behind the stoves at downtown’s post YEW seafood + bar at the Four Seasons, now has a new career hat to wear: He’s departing YEW to take a new post as the Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise Executive Chef.Of course, you can’t have an aquarium without any fish—and a few finned friends are the perfect addition to your home. It is best to purchase fish at your local Vancouver pet store, so that you can see the fish before you buy them and make sure they are in good health. Petco is an excellent choice if you’re looking for new pets, since we have locations across the country offering dozens of kinds of colorful live fish. Whether you’re looking for a single fish or an entire school, we carry a wide variety of pets you can add to your family.The Vancouver Aquarium is about a 30-minute walk from central Vancouver, or rent a bike in Stanley Park. There are numerous bus routes that stop here, and parking is available for a fee.You can enlarge it, using the Command key and the + sign, (in order to read it!) and perhaps use it to get your bearings. You might also be interested in the Vancouver Trolley HOHO bus that is dedicated just to Stanley Park. Last year it was $10, perhaps more this year. It does 16 or so stops just in Stanley Park. Perhaps ride around the park on that, then visit around the Aquarium area once you have a sense of where things are.