Berlin Aquarium

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The Aquarium, which took three years to build, was completed in 1913 and presently features some of the greatest biodiversity in the world. It is home to the highest number (800) of species of any aquarium in Germany. It is conveniently located at its own metro stop.

Danger and Excitement

In the crocodile hall, visitors walk around the enclosure and view the animals in safety in the first display of its kind in the world. For even more exciting viewing, check out the blacktip sharks, jellyfish and electric and green moray eels in the aquarium tanks.

Cool Down with the Reptiles

For tamer tastes, the terrarium features iguanas, skinks and tuataras (living fossil-like reptiles, the only survivor of the extinct Rhynchocephalia).

Feeding Time

Check the website for daily feeding times and watch the crocs and sharks get their fill.

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Organization type: Public Aquaria

Berlin Aquarium
Budapester Str. 32
Berlin, 10787

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