Aquariums are a source of fun and entertainment for numerous individuals because of their wonderful yet enigmatic world that sometimes lies beyond our reach. While adults find them comforting and soothing, kids find them enjoyable and educational. Thus, here's a look at India's most well-known aquariums.
Vizhinjam Marine Aquarium, Trivandrum
A must-see site in Kovalam is the Vizhinjam Marine Aquarium, also known as the Sagarika Marine Research Aquarium. You can witness exotic species, including angelfish, clownfish, seahorses, boxfish, cowfish, eels, wrasses, and common marine life.
Marine Aquarium, Digha
To experience a fabulous array of aquatic life, including freshwater species, local marine species, and species that need conservation, include the Marine Aquarium in Digha, West Bengal, on your schedule. The Marine Aquarium and Research Centre (one of the sixteen regional centres of the Zoological Survey of India) is in charge of the aquarium.
Varkala Aquarium, Varkala
The Varkala Aquarium in Varkala, Kerala, is most notable for its impeccably kept aquarium and upward-spiralling gallery. The aquarium contains enormous tanks filled with exotic fish, including koi, angelfish, scorpionfish, and more.
Marina Park and Aquarium, Port Blair
At Port Blair&rsquos Marina Park and Aquarium in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, take in the roughly 350 marine species on display. The sperm whale skeleton and the life-size exhibit of dolphins and sawfish are the major draws.
Aquarium Bagh-E-Bahu, Jammu
The largest underground aquarium with 24 chambers, Aquarium Bagh-E-Bahu, is the centre of attraction among visitors. It includes nine medium-sized aquariums with marine and freshwater fish, thirteen tiny caves lodging freshwater species, two large caverns housing marine fish, and two caves housing marine fish. Four hundred different fish species are exhibited at the aquarium.
Jagdishchandra Bose Aquarium, Surat
The Jagdishchandra Bose Aquarium is home to over a hundred species of aquatic animals, including turtles, stingrays, cichlids, lionfish, alligator gar, American lobster, snowflake eels, man-eater piranhas, ghost fish, etc. These animals are kept in unique tanks, each with its own ecology.