Batumi Aquarium
Georgia, Batumi

The Batumi Aquarium was first opened for visiting on August 20, 1966. Initially, only representatives of the fauna of the North Pacific Ocean and Caspian seals were represented in it. The visitors were especially impressed by the giant turtle from the waters of the Indian Ocean, the so-called "false carriage," which weighed about 100 kilograms.
Batumi aquarium is a complex structure. It consists of a demonstration and experimental part. The total volume of water in the aquarium is about 200,000 liters. The complex is equipped with devices for aeration and regulation of water temperature. Special filters provide long-term circulation of water, creating a closed system for biological balance. Most of the fish that live in the Batumi aquarium are bred there. It is noteworthy that if the fish are in conditions different from their natural habitat, their reproduction is impossible.
At present, up to 100 species of representatives of the fauna of the Black Sea, Georgian freshwater reservoirs, as well as many ornamental fish, including rare species, live in the aquarium.

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