Coral Reef Research, National Museum of Marine Science and Technology, Keelung, Taiwan, March 2015
Category: Uncategorized Tagged: Anemone, coral Reef, Keelong, National Museum of Marine Science and Technology, Ocean, Photography, Taiwan, Timothy S. Allen
Wow! That’s all…
Lucy thank you
Not seen them in ages
That was taken last year. I’ve been in the study aquarium once this year and plan on returning time allowed.
Take every advantage I haven’t been in a good one for ages
This is a small lab aquarium where they are determining the impact of temperature, salinity and pollution on fish and other see animals and plants that are found in the oceans around the National Museum of Science and Technology (NMMST). The Taiwan government has funded the building a large public access aquarium. That is estimated to be opened in about 5 years. It will be part of the NMMST.
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