It’s not often I go here, but it’s pretty good value when I do. Well, at least those times when I can convince them that I’m a student. Young enough, that is!
On the top floor they’ve got hammerhead sharks. I quite like them. 🙂
They’ve also got a good collection of animals that aren’t fish. Or sea creatures at all, for that matter. This guy didn’t look too pleased with the kids passing…
Creepy crawlies also have their place high up on the floors in the old anti-aircraft tower. This one is a funnel-web spider. I can’t remember the exact species though.
I also liked the more ‘deep sea’ creatures – although I have a suspicion that this shrimp does not really belong to the deep sea. I could be wrong. It’s a zebra-mantis shrimp.. or something like that.
These ones probably belong deeper down though. Yep, I’m convinced.
Had to take a photo of Nemo. It’s funny because kids just don’t know what they’re called anymore… it’s all just MUM! It’s NEMO!! (Like, hey, I know that fish!)
Here’s a face only mum could love. Well, if she could ever find it again… This is a stone fish.
a wood-python. It was very much asleep I think. Which is just as well, with all the kids running around.
A very colourful display.
Friends share everything. Especially a spot on the log under the heat lamp!
This guy was my favourite today. He, or it, was huge- about the size of a dining table. Such a cutie..
It was a bit steep to go in.. a normal adult ticket is 14,90 Euro, but with concession it was 11,30 (I think, I was lucky enough to get sponsored today by my dad). I’d recommend it though, but try to make it a day when school is ON (not on the holidays). There is also a really nice cafe at the top, with the best view of Vienna.
The best. Really. 🙂 Just imagine 360 degrees of this!