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Birch Aquarium @ Scripps


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  • Birch Aquarium @ Scripps

    Last weekend I went to birch aquarium in San Diego for the first time since I was a kid, it's not a bad 2 hour aquarium, and I thought was worth the reasonable admission to get in, and it's nice to see what lives off our coastline locally as well, like I had no idea there were Sea Horses living in San Diego's waters for example.

    I took alot of photos, but I am only posting a few here to share.

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    The black clownfish is my favorite and once I am moved and have my aquarium set up again, I am so getting one.

    It was a nice way to spend a Sunday morning, and right after opening there really are no crowds.

    (The water marks on some of the photos are mine as they were used on my website.)

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