Explore.org: Tropical Reef Aquarium (Aquarium of the Pacific)

Containing 350,000 gallons of water and over 1,000 animals, the tropical reef habitat is the Aquarium of the Pacific’s largest exhibit.

The reef represents the famous “blue corner” off the coast of Palau, an area considered to be one of the most beautiful and diverse oceanic sites in the world. In addition to the marine animals, you may even catch a diver on cam cleaning the exhibit or feeding the fish!

Live Diver Viewing
1:30 pm – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Watch as our divers hand-feed the fish in the exhibit each day (except Wednesday). Note: sound will not be available during the feedings. The feed stations that are visible on this camera are:

Mangrove Ray – Right side on the plexiglass.

Queensland Grouper & Emperor Snapper – Left side by the table corals.

Trevallies, Spadefish, Snappers, Sweetlips & Others – Center and in the back, by the staghorn coral.

Small Fish Scatter-Feed – This diver may feed fish in areas that are not visible on the live cam.

All Day
April 2012

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Fish, Sharks & Rays
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