- Fish tanks
- Aquarium pieces
- Fish foods
- Water chemicals
But continue on and you feel you are walking into the sea! When you walk through the dark hallway you are surrounded by 2 huge fish tanks. On one side you have fresh water, and on the other you have salt. Take your prefrences, either way its beautiful. Continue on and there is another huge salt water tank. In this one you will find about 4 huge SHARKS, 2 very long EELS, and plenty schools of fish to choose from.
6820 N University Dr
Tamarac, FL 33321
Tamarac, FL 33321
What is also great about this place--- Its known for its FEEDING FRENZY!! This is when they feed the sharks. Every Tuesday night at 7pm, and Saturdays at 3pm. The tank gets surrounded by all adults and kids just to watch. I have a video clip from todays feeding down further. Take a look at some of these photos and let me know what you think.
Now all the fish that are in the smaller tanks are actually for sale. This place is a store not a musuem, but it sure looks like one. I have a big tank myself so this is one of my and my family's place to go to, we add new fish every so often.
Here is the first salt water tank, it would be on your right. In here there are many rare fishes that you can't find and these are NOT FOR SALE! But the kids would just love it. I know I do!
Here on your left is the fresh water tank. There are also some nice big fishes you never get to see. Having them in there is great!
These fishes are also NOT FOR SALE!!!
Here you will find the other salt water tank with the sharks and eels. As you can see my husband and daughter are standing in front just watching them swim!
Here is where the tanks are to buy your fishes. There are rows of them. Corals, Live Rock, Vertebres (Lobsters, Shrimps, Crabs) and more!
In the back is a very nice water fountain with fresh water fishes Koi pond. Very nice fishes indeed!
This here is one of the large EELS in the tank. They were very active since feeding time was coming in a few minutes.
Here is one shark heading for some food.
There is also an other EEL nest to him but unable to see it from this angle.
As you can see here, we have 3 of the 4 sharks in the tank. They were very active, swimming as a school waiting for there feeding. When this store first opened up these sharks were very small and now have grown into these big fishes. I wonder how much bigger they can get. Usually only as big as the tank, since there are other sharks and fishes.
This is the 4th shark. I couldn't get them all in one photo. One was swimming up ahead.