Kaiyukan Photo Gallery - Jack the Lizard Wonder World
Jack the Lizard Wonder World
OSAKA AQUARIUM, KAIYUKAN Photo Gallery

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(visited on June 27, 2014)

Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan
Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan


Aqua Gate, your explore for the huge world of the oceans starts here.
Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Aqua Gate
Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Aqua Gate


Monterey Bay
Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Monterey Bay
Aleutian Islands
Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Aleutian Islands
Tasman Sea
Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Tasman Sea


Ecuador Rain Forest
The rain forest of Central America is here. You see the Green iguana in the three. The big fish is Pirarucu.
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Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Ecuador Rain Forest


Gulf of Panama
The Ring-tailed coati is on the hill. Several kinds of blowfish including the Long-spine porcupine, surgeonfish, shark are in the tank.
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Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Gulf of Panama
Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Gulf of Panama


Great Barrier Reef
The tank is full of neon fish. Butterflyfish, Damselfish, Chromis, Tangs, and more. Jumbo sized Moray Eels are on top of coral.
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Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Great Barrier Reef


Pacific Ocean
The biggest tank of the aquarium holds approximately 1,426,530 gallons (US) of water, showing the nature of the largest ocean of the world, the Pacific Ocean.
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Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Pacific Ocean Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Pacific Ocean
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Seto Inland Sea
The fish here is very commonly found and familiar to the people living in Japan. Seabream, rockfish, octopus, Japanese spiny lobster, halibut and more.
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Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Seto Inland Sea


The Bigfin Reef Squid and the Sunfish
Coast of Chile
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Cook Strait
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Japan Deep

  The Japan Trench is reached to about 9,000 meters (29,500 ft) down from the ocean surface at deepest. Even though the sunlight do not reach to this environment, variety of animals and plants compose the ecology.
Giant Spider Crab, Japanese deepwater carrier crab, Red bass, Gnomefish, seabreams, and so on.
Osaka Aquaarium Kaiyukan, Japan Deep
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