The Aquarium’s New Inmates

ALM Aquarium Anemone OnLThe Acuario in Almuñécar has 50-odd new watery residents, announced the Councillor for the Environment, Luis Aragón.

Resident marine biologist at the installations, Jesús Ruiz, presented the sea anemones, sea urchins, symphodus (a type of fish), starfish, sabellid worms and an octopus, common to this part of the Mediterranean.

ALM Aquarium starfishA month or two ago we reported on the arrival of dogfish sharks: hopefully one won’t become the breakfast of the other…

It’s good to see that the aquarium, which almost fell into disuse owing to design faults and shoddy workmanship in its construction, is getting back onto its feet, as it is an excellent tourism asset for the town.

(News: Almunecar, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)

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