First Group of Fish and Animals Arrive at SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium

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The SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium reached another milestone today as the first group of fish and marine mammals were added to the 25,000 square-foot aquarium attraction.

The first group of fish and animals included Everglades Pygmy Sunfish, Butterflyfish and Triggerfish, Moray Eels and several sea snakes such as the Yellow Ratsnake and Rough Green Snake, to name a few.

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“The fish and sea animal arrival is a huge milestone for our aquarium,” said Steve Blair, Curator, for SEA LIFE Orlando. “Once our smaller animals are acclimated to their new environments, we’ll get the chance for their larger neighbors, such as rays and sharks, to move into the SEA LIFE neighborhood in a few weeks.”

For more information on SEA LIFE Orlando, or to purchase tickets, go to VisitSeaLife.com/Orlando.

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