SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium

par Fabrice Tondeur  -  13 Juin 2019, 11:25  -  #France, #Mobility, #Slovakia, #Environment

In Tropicarium it was possible to meet animals from all over the world. During the visit students could see lazy alligators, exotic free-flying birds, interesting reptiles, and little monkeys, amphibians, lovely coloured frogs, strange insects, hundreds of colourful fresh- and salt-water fish and the main attraction were the sharks in the 1.4 million litre aquarium. They went through the 12-meter-long tunnel where the sharks are swimming over which is a breath-taking sight.  At the end of the visit they touched the rays. Examples: American alligator- Mississipiensis, Russian Tortoise- Agrionemys Horsfieldi, Siberian Sturgeon,- Acipenser Baerii, Sanbar Shark – Carcharhinus Plumbeus.

Pupils really enjoyed the place and  they raised awareness about the importance of acting responsible and using the ocean resources in a sustainable manner. They consider that their contribution to the protection of certain speciesin theirnaturalhabitats isreallyimportant for the future.

SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
SMSL19 Environment Tropicarium
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