At the Denver Aquarium

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We started out with lunch at the dining room displaying  huge tanks with fish swimming back and forth.

After lunch, we began our tour among huge tanks in natural sandstone settings.

 

The fish variety was endless, including sharks and stingrays.

 

There were many colorful small fish.



The coral setting was natural and beautiful.

There were a couple of tanks where you could crawl under and come up in the exhibit.




There even was a tiger exhibit.


The final exhibit we saw was the jaw of a pre-historic shark that swam in the oceans 15 million years ago.