Sea creatures in artificially replicated marine life have become a global attraction, with Aquascaping becoming a unique art of our time. And with the dynamism in the sect highly expected, there are interesting trends that you are better of knowing.

Stacia Glenn from The News Tribute reports that a new aquarium will be opening in Tacoma to create an impressive replication of the marine life.

The stars are ready for their close-ups as Tacoma’s new aquarium opens

The sea creatures have learned to get along, the water is a balmy 77 degrees and all that’s missing from the new Pacific Seas Aquarium are the visitors.

That will change Friday (Sept. 7) when Tacoma’s Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium opens the doors to its new $51.6 million project. It’s been four years of planning and building to bring to life the 35,000-square-foot aquarium, the largest capital project in the zoo’s 113-year history.

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The $51.6 million project took a long time to plan and work on. And come this Friday, the aquarium will open to visitors who love to see examples of the best marine life.

Another interesting thing in the sect this week, as reported by WTVC on News Channel 9 is the Tennessee aquarium being name one of the top ten in the world.

Tennessee Aquarium named one of TripAdvisor’s Top 10 aquariums in the world

Chattanooga’s own Tennessee Aquarium is soaking up some praise as TripAdvisor named it among its 2018 Travelers’ Choice list of Top 10 Aquariums in the world. At number seven on the list, our hometown aquarium beat out locations in Hawaii, Vancouver, and Japan. The Tennessee Aquarium is one of only four US aquariums on the list. Atlanta’s Georgia Aquarium made it to number three.

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This aquarium has become so popular, beating the likes of Hawaii, and is likely to become an attraction after Trip Advisor named it a top ten.

The worst that could happen is getting an aquarium close. But as Andrew Sheeler reports on, Morrow Bay aquarium is likely to close soon.

Morro Bay aquarium called ‘America’s worst’ will soon close — but is it really the end?

The city of Morro Bay could soon be without an aquarium for the first time in nearly 60 years. But as the Morro Bay Aquarium, run by the Tyler family since 1960, prepares to close its doors at 595 Embarcadero in September, a three-way partnership is looking at the possibility of opening a new, state-of-the-art marine science center in its stead.

That partnership — between Central Coast Aquarium, Cal Poly and the city of Morro Bay — is exploring the feasibility of just such a project.

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This aquarium has been coined the worst in America. And now the question that remains is whether this is the end of the road for it.


At least, we expect that the aquariums that have opened up and listed in the top ten of the world’s most popular to become an epitome of attraction in the artificial marine line. If you have never taken an interest akin to visiting a marine life, this is probably the best time.