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The Monterey Bay Aquarium

One of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world is continually on display at the Monterey Aquarium. 26 species of marine mammals live in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, in this scenic part of Northern California.

Harbor seals, seabirds, and otters are some of the animals that you can see above the water; but when you visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium, a whole new world opens up to you. Discover 94 types of seabirds, hundreds of different kinds of fish, 4 turtle species, and 450 types of large algae that flourish in the warm waters off the Central Coast. From the massive kelp forest to the stingrays hovering inches above the sand to the tide pools where you can touch some of these animals, the Monterey Bay Aquarium draws annual crowds numbering into the millions that fill local Monterey hotels, especially in the summer. This aquarium underwent massive expansive since it opened, and added a million gallon tune tank, where you can see the massive schools feed in a frenzied but coordinated dance of gleaming silver reflections. (Source: Destination360).

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