Join me on Saturdays for posts about our South Carolina trip.
Today is our last post from the Greensboro Science Center.
Before we left for the day, we decided to walk through the aquarium. Boy are we glad that we did that walk through because we found the coolest room.
It had various tanks with fish divided into different ecosystems such as coral reefs. The jellyfish display were in this room. The neatest part of the room was the interactive walls.
This is the computer animated fish at the beginning of the cool room.
The jelly fish
The lionfish – They had another area that you could climb into to get closer to the lionfish. The Wee One thought it was cool.
This was from that cool room.
Front top left to middle left, clockwise
Top Left – The wall that was the entrance to the room
Middle – A seahorse sculpture
Top Right – An interactive wall about coral reefs
Middle Right – Another interactive wall – This one is about adaptations.
Bottom Right – The sign listing all of the fish that were located in one of the tanks.
Bottom Left – Hubby trying out another interactive wall.
Middle Right – A light display on the floor.
More photos of the octopus
The Wee One and Imaginative One wanted to touch the manta rays once again before we left for the day.
Here are some shots of the various fish, stingrays, eels, seahorses, and sharks that we saw in the aquarium.
The fishing cat – We did not get to see him earlier in the day. We were so happy that we got to see him that afternoon.
The penguin and golden lion tamarin
Some of the signs
Join me next Saturday as we explore the Greensboro Arboretum.
Have a magical day,
South Carolina Travel Blog Posts
South Carolina – Day 1 (Trip down to North Carolina)
South Carolina – Day 2 (Greensboro Science Center – Aquarium and Zoo) Part 1
South Carolina – Day 2 (Greensboro Science Center – Ropes Course and Zoo) Part 2
South Carolina – Day 2 (Greensboro Science Center – Museum) Part 3