The aquarium is on the beach, with the sound of waves. The shape is round and the whole is graffiti. There are generally many kinds of things inside, and you can also see kiwi birds, and the colorful fishes are very beautiful. There is also a few hundred kilograms of dry, and I saw seahorses swimming and super large turtles. You can still visit the small city of Napier
An aquarium in Napier, North Island, New Zealand. You can see it from the center of Napier town along the seafront promenade to the south. The aquarium is not big, but there are many types of fish. The highlight of the aquarium is his penguin display area.
As a national aquarium, there are many attractions, especially the penguin exhibition area.
The natural environment in New Zealand is really good, and this aquarium is worth a visit.
Traveling with children, zoos and aquariums are frequent visitors, so every time you go to a new country or place, you will naturally add them to the destination list, and New Zealand is no exception. The National Aquarium of New Zealand, the National Aquarium of New Zealand, is strangely not located in Auckland, the largest city, nor in the capital Wellington, but quietly standing in Napier in Hawke's Bay on the east side of New Zealand's North Island. Napier is not a popular tourist city. This aquarium is not large in scale and is not well known in the world, but it is one of New Zealand’s 101 Must Go. Even if you have visited some other famous aquariums, it’s something special here. The place is still worth seeing. Do you see those fishes that seem to be a little fluorescent on their bodies and look honest and cute? They are not cute at all. PIRANHA, the Chinese name is Piranha, also called piranha. In fact, they are notorious piranhas. They have distinctive triangular and small teeth. They have amazing biting power and can be bitten in one bite. 16 cubic centimeters of meat can easily tear the prey, and then eat the prey clean, leaving only a pile of bones. Piranhas usually have a leader in each group. Can you guess it? I observed for a while and thought it should be the one on the far left, because it is the most aggressive and the most moving. Penguins are naturally the top priority of the aquarium. The advantage here is that you can watch the swimming styles of the little blue penguins at very close range. We saw three of them, two of which are particularly lively, constantly in various poses in the water. Swim quickly, while the other one has been standing quietly on the shore in a daze, as if a little worried. Later, when I saw the penguin photos on the wall, I realized that many penguins who came here or have been here have been injured, or were entangled in fishing nets, or attacked by seabirds or dogs. He lost a wing, so such a cute animal has to face the cruelty of nature. See the yellow big head with small eyes and wrinkled jaws? But please also pay attention to its long tail on the right. This is the yellow eel, YELLOW MORAY. Although the yellow eel is one of the most common eels in New Zealand, it is strange that it is only found in the North Island, but never found in the South Island. Compared with other eels, this fish has two distinctive aspects: one is that it often opens its mouth, not because they have to bite, but because they need to maintain a constant flow of water in the direction of the fish gill, and two Well, they have two sets of teeth facing backward, and the second set is actually in the throat, making the food inevitable, awesome! Of course, the silly big sea turtles and the exquisite little seahorses are also popular objects, and every aquarium has underwater corridors or underwater worlds, and there are also here. The difference is that you just need to stand on the automatic crawler. You can enjoy the wonderful ocean world above your head without taking a step. The aquarium also has its own "Cafe". Don't miss it before you leave. The iced coffee and vanilla milkshake here are definitely the best iced coffee and milkshake I drank in New Zealand!