Kyndra at the Seattle Aquarium – Part 1

In this video, Kyndra went to the Seattle Aquarium. It is a public aquarium opened in 1977 and located on Pier 59 on the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, USA. It is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). The aquarium promotes marine conservation and instructs over 800,000 visitors each year, including 50,000 students, to learn about their impacts on marine life. Kyndra saw lots of beautiful fishes. In addition, she saw the Window on Washington Waters. It is a 120,000-US-gallon (450,000 l) tank created as part of the 2007 expansion. It is meant to replicate the coastal waters of Washington state from about 5 to 60 feet (1.5 to 18.3 m), and feature native marine life including salmon, rockfish, and sea anemones. There are dive shows which take place several times a day. Divers wearing special masks are able to converse with visitors. Aside from that, Kyndra also saw some star fish, sea urchins, white moon jellies, the giant octopus and the octopus exhibit. It was a fun-filled adventure!

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