More from our visit to Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, in the pictures below you can see some of the animals from the Aquarium.
Hi everyone, after some time of absence I’m back to writing on this Blog and I’ll try to do it more often (during the last months, I’ve been mostly only sharing articles I find interesting).
Last weekend, my husband and I visited Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium in Tacoma, WA and I absolutely loved the place :).
We spent a great afternoon walking and watching all the animals (we were very lucky that it wasn’t raining).
Here’s a picture from the penguins we saw there, in another posts I’ll be sharing more pictures from that day.
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Yesterday I was watching an old Season of Shark Week and it made think how, since I can remember, I always had a fascination for sharks.
One of the things on the top of my bucket list was to get into one of those cages that people use to see sharks closely (like on the Discovery Channel’s shows) and years ago when I traveled to Cancun, Mexico I had the opportunity to visit an Aquarium there. This aquarium had a tank with multiple sharks (nurse sharks, lemon sharks and I think even a bull shark).
I was really excited watching all those sharks trough the glass and even more when I realized that they had the option to get into the tank to watch them closely and even feed them (I thought: Ok, I’m going to do this now, I don’t think I’ll be going to a beach in South Africa or Australia in the near future).
After getting ready I got into an acrylic cage that was later placed inside the shark’s tank (one of the aquarium employees was in the cage too, giving instructions and for safety reasons).
Was I scared? Of course, even when I was safe in the cage I think is normal to be scared if there are sharks around you.
Was I excited? Definitely, maybe it was not a cage in the middle of the Sea but to watch the sharks so close was amazing and I’ll never forget it.
To finish this post I want to share with you a picture from that day (I’m holding a metal bar to feed the sharks with fish).