Did you know that once a penguin has found his or her soulmate they stay together forever? They are so loyal!
This famous landmark has attracted millions of tourists worldwide to come and explore the city of Valencia and its other tourist attractions with their kids.
I really like dolphins! They are so friendly and fun to look at when performing their cool tricks!
The most elegant sea creatures in my opinion are dolphins and I got so excited when I found out that the Oceanografic hosts Dolphin Shows!
Everyone was so fascinated and interested in all the fish and marine species living together in the aquarium!
Did you know that only male seahorses carry babies? I found this bit of information pretty cool and interesting.
Crab is one of the most common seafood consumed in the world, apart from the basic fish of course!
At the Oceanografic, you feel like you are looking towards the bottom of the ocean floor where all the fish swim!
The beautiful historic city of Valencia is situated on the Mediterranean Sea, hence you will enjoy the many beaches it has to offer the public.
This thirsty duck can drink from the water it's swimming in because it is clean and safe to consume.
These marine mammals are so fun to watch at the Oceanografic Dolphin Shows!
Sharks have always frightened me but I can feel myself at ease at this Oceanografic City of Arts and Sciences Aquarium when I look into the water!
I would never raise a baby shark in my own aquarium!
I am so close to this shark in the aquarium yet it cannot hurt or harm me!
This cute penguin has still not found his soulmate to spend eternity with! Don't give up on love!
Mr. Duck and his wife are lounging at the pleasant lake of Oceanografic. They enjoy the calm and relaxing environment every day.
Seals are very funny looking and these particular ones were so fun to watch as they swam in the clear waters!
The aquarium at the Oceanografic is one of the largest of its kind in the whole world!
Seals like to be fed fish and really enjoy it when it is feeding time at lunch!
The aquarium at the City of Arts and Sciences shelters the most beautiful and unique sea creatures from around the world!
Fish swim all over the aquarium, but there are some types of fish who like to swim way at the bottom!
The very long bills that pelicans are blessed with helps them hold food in their beaks!
You can say flock when describing a group of flamingos. You can also use the words colony or flurry! What a funny word!
The Oceanografic in Valencia hosts a huge amount of marine animals and fish for the public to view and enjoy!