There is a lot to aquarium design than just getting the setup concept right. In fact, big aquariums in the world are working hard enough to make sure their artificial marines not only look good to the eyes but also benefit people in different ways. That’s what the likes of Georgia, Adventure, and Great Lake Aquariums are doing.

According to a post published on Digital Journal, Georgia Aquarium is the first aquarium to become a certified Autism center.

Georgia Aquarium Becomes First Aquarium Designated as a Certified Autism Center

Georgia Aquarium is the latest destination – and the first aquarium – to become a Certified Autism Center (CAC). The CAC designation, granted by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), means that visitors and families with children who have autism and other sensory disorders can enjoy the best possible experience that caters to their needs.

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Based on the report, the management of Georgia Aquarium states that they are dedicated to making sure the center is family friendly and the best place to connect with the aquatic world.

A report published on Philly Voice by Sinead Cummings shows that Adventure Aquarium will allow mermaids to swim among different sharks.

Mermaids will return to the Shark Realm at Adventure Aquarium

For a limited time at Adventure Aquarium in Camden, New Jersey, mermaids will swim among the largest collection of sharks on the East Coast. The special event will take place from Saturday, Nov. 3, through Sunday, Nov. 11, in the 550,000-gallon Shark Realm exhibit.

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According to the report, the charges are $21 for children and $29 for adults. The event will run for a limited time.

There was a wet Halloween at Great Lake aquarium, as reported by Arman Rahman from Fox 21 Online.

Wet Halloween at Scarium at the Aquarium

Some creepy creatures and characters splashed around with the marine animals at the Great Lakes Aquarium, as families showed up in their Halloween costumes for “Scarium at the Aquarium.” All ages could come and get their face painted, play some games and of course, get some candy today, a festive addition to the aquatic fun of the aquarium.

Now if kids were having a little too much fun and needed a cool down, a sensory break room was available with low lighting, fidget toys, and quiet activities to calm down.

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The event opened up a great opportunity for different people, including children, to connect with and interact with the marine life for a limited time.

Conclusion

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