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Marine Life Pavilion

Marine Life Pavilion Visual

Marine Life Pavilion

Located in the Aquarium, the Marine Life Pavilion’s theme is “Diversity and Beauty of the Ocean.” Here visitors have the opportunity to observe mudflat animals, take a virtual journey deep under the sea in a 4D submarine, and peek into the beauty and mystery of marine life. You are sure to come away with a deeper understanding of the value and importance of preserving the marine ecosystem and its fascinating creatures after your visit to this pavilion.
Theme
Diversity and Beauty of the Ocean: the Value of the Marine Ecosystem and Biodiversity
Operating hours
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Capacity
200 persons
Approximate tour time
20 minutes
Exhibition sections
Zone 1 → Zone 2
The best way to enjoy the Marine Life Pavilion
Start at Zone 1 that introduces the characteristics of mudflats and how mudflat organisms adapt to natural changes such as tides, thunder and precipitation. Zone 2 offers an exciting opportunity to journey on a 4D submarine to the world’s most popular sites in the ocean. You can see it all in captivating detail. This pavilion’s exhibitions send a strong message of the vital importance of marine ecosystem preservation.

Wonderful Mudflat Ecosystem Zone 1

Wonderful Mudflat Ecosystem Zone 1
Experience the diversity of mudflat ecosystems in five exhibition areas: salt marsh, mudflat, mixture of sand flat and mudflat, sand flat and rocky shore. Various types of mudflat organisms including mudskippers, sand worms, Constricta clams, Nassa mud snails, and barnacles are also on display. Take the time to observe the distinct characteristics of each mudflat’s ecosystem and how mudflat organisms adapt to ecosystem changes.

Mysterious Marine Ecosystem Zone 2

Mysterious Marine Ecosystem Zone 2
An exciting 4D virtual submarine journey around the world’s oceans awaits visitors at this zone. The submarine departs from Yeosu and cruises along the coral beds of the Moon Island, Jeju; passes the Coral Triangle with its rich marine life; travels to the Antarctic – the repository of planktons; continues on to the Galapagos Islands, known as a paradise of unique animals; sails deep in the waters of the Peru-Chile Trench, famous for bioluminescence and deep-sea hydrothermal vents; and concludes its journey at the Mariana Trench – the deepest part of the world’s oceans. This is sure to be one of the most memorable trips in your life.
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