The Oceanarium, Wildlife Habitat, Manila Ocean Park

On this post, the Oceanarium and Wildlife Habitat of the Manila Ocean Park.

With the Jellies having already shown their share of this place, it’s time to bring the main attraction. Fish, water,  and see-through-glass… it’s not too hard to imagine it’s the ocean inside an aquarium, hence, the Oceanarium. By bringing in not only the fairly common, but also the unusual and fascinating marine creatures, it sure is about to get fishy in here.

Five fingers

No matter if this guy here gets cut up,  he’ll always grow five fingers.

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Cerebral cortex

It’s kinda ovious how Brain coral got their name.

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Aquarium

What’s this, no fish? Nah, you might just need to find them.

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Finding Nemo

Here, here. You don’t just find fish, you also find Nemo! :p

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Nemo?

Sorry buddy, I might look like him, but I’m not the one you’re looking for.

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Nemo?

Nemo’s friend, Dory. Never mind the spelling ‘coz she’s no good in memory.

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Clamp

Sealed-up tight.

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Fish face

Some wierd-looking fish.

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Fish face

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Fish face

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The horned bull fish

Just made up that name, as it speaks itself.

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The horned bull fish duel

Care for some bullying action

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Lion Fish

Elegant extensions in place of the hairy mane. If this guy could also roar, that’d be awesome.

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Lion Fish

Leap up, and pounce the prey below.

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Lion Fish

They’re also watching.

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Lipstick fish

No more mister tough guy. I’m a softie.

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Lipstick fish

Red lips. Or orange rather.

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Fish face

Cry baby.

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Fish face, Stingray

What’s that sinister smile supposed to mean?

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Fish face, Stingray

Smile, and be smiled back at.

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Fish racer

Stingray on the move.

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The pointing stick fish

Aren’t fish supposed to swim? Why are these guys stuck at the bottom?

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The pointing stick fish

I’ve never imagined this could look sensual to some with real good imagination.

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Tahong

This is it boys, for those with some real good imagination. Tahong in its natural state :p

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Birth sack

Little ones on their way to making it in the fish world.

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Ruins

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Fish among ruins

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Ruins

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Shark!

There ain’t no big daddy great whites around. So we’ll just gonna have to be content with their smaller cousins.

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Sea lion

The ocean’s F-14 Tomcat flying through the water in swept-wing mode. If the great whites were here, these guys would be served for dinner.

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Croc

A living specimen of million years of evolution.

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If you like this post, then maybe it’s time to pay this place a visit.

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