1/7/15

Stay warm. Visit the tropics.

There's never really a bad time to visit the Aquarium. But when Arctic winds gnaw on your cheeks and salty sidewalks crackle underfoot, retreating inside to the warm-water tropical exhibits at the Aquarium is divine! Here's just a smattering of the residents to seek out.

Pairs of clownfish in the Living Corals exhibit stake claim on an anemone home.
They's also a pair in the Pacific Reef Community.
There are two mandarinfish in the Living Corals exhibit.
The Pacific Reef Community is ablaze with sunny colors and lots of activity.
The bluering angelfish is among the larger fish in the Pacific Reef Community.
This resident of the Pacific Reef exhibit has many names: lagoon triggerfish, Picassofish and humuhumunukunuku─üpua╩╗a.
Is there anything more sunny than a yellow tang? Look for these fish in the Pacific Reef exhibit
and the tropical tank across from the shark and ray touch tank.
Anthias are found in the Pacific Reef Community and the vibrant tank across from the shark and ray touch tank.
Our divers have also spotted this species in the wild.

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