Hurghada Grand Aquarium

Hurghada, Egypt

Hurghada Grand Aquarium

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Hurghada Aquarium is an aquarium located in Hurghada, Red Sea Governorate, Egypt in Magawish area. It opened in January 2015, and contains nearly 3,500 cubic metres (900,000 US gallons) in tank space. It is home to over 1200 individual animals, and 100 species. It is easily one of the continent's largest aquariums, as well as Egypt's largest and nearly the largest in the Arab world. It contains 24 separate exhibits, included among them a shark tunnel, rainforest and "Whale Valley", based on fossils found in the Western Desert. The facility is also home to a Bedouin life exhibit, and an animal zoo. The Aquarium's notable specimens include: nurse shark, stingrays, green sea turtle, shovelnose guitarfish and eagle rays.




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