Today, we took a bus to the Tulsa Aquarium. The Shark Tunnel was neat.
This was the underside of a shark that swam over the tunnel. The picture isn't the best.
They had a lot of sharks in the tank.
Sting rays, no, I didn't pet any of them.
This picture is just pretty with all the colors.
Hello, frog! They were big!
Look at all these catfish!
I wasn't even sure this turtle was real. They said that he lays like that for over 3 hours without moving before needing a breath. Apparently turtles grow 1 lb for every year of life, this turtle weighs 122 lbs, so was born in the 1880's sometime.
Other little turtles, reminds me of the turtles at Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, MO.
This was from a big aquarium, the whole area was really colorful and geared towards kids. Kids could go in the bubble and watch the fish swim around. Kasey would love that!
This fish wanted to visit me.
Another big turtle, he was really active, swimming around. I have a video below of him, plus some other things in the aquarium.
Little clown fish, they were so cute!
This was the electric eel at feeding time. The feeder would run the stick across the back of the eel, he would back up and make an electric sound and then eat the shrimp. I have a video of this below.
Take a look at this video, it's not very long. It features the shark tank, the large turtle swimming around, plus other pretty fish, feeding an electric eel, you can hear the electric when she feeds it and feeding some spitting fish. She sticks food on the glass and the fish spit up at the glass and the food falls down into the water. Apparently these fish can spit up to 10 feet in the wild in order to catch bugs off leaves and branches.