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Toba Aquarium, Toba
(4.1/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Stroll through and admire the playful inhabitants of Toba Aquarium. The aquarium houses over 100 species of marine life in 12 different zones, each of which reproduces the respective natural environments of the inhabitants. Highlights include a dugong exhibit, manatees, a sea lion show, and an ancient sea exhibit with a collection of living fossils. The aquarium plays an important role in the conservation of the many rare species it houses. Add Toba Aquarium to your Toba travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Toba family vacation planner.
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  • Relatively small but nicely packed in ~1000 species. We spent 1.5hrs and saw many rare species for the first time. It's definitely worth a visit for anyone coming to Toba. 
  • I went with my mother, but adults can enjoy much! 60 after my mother excited at the excursion of the starfish and Octopus! Sea lion show is close to the audience, so you can see every detail of the whiskers and claws. How to exhibit also have devised, I take too many pictures. Sea crowded though ○ Hall here to recommend the!
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  • Most enjoyable is the walrus show. Large unassuming and clever. Blowing harmonica waving, aloud or in the microphone, is keeper of the two brother's comic like and interesting. Dugongs, manatees, finless porpoises and saw for the first time. Walruses are well trained and they have, it was good. You want to go again.
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