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    Singapore's RIVER SAFARI

    Discussion in 'Photo Lounge' started by xander, Apr 14, 2013.

    1. xander

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      The River Safari is a river-themed zoo located in Singapore. It is built over 12 hectares (30 acres) and nestles between its two counterparts, the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari. It is the first of its kind in Asia and comprise mainly freshwater attraction combined with river boat rides as its main highlights.

      Having just visited, the River Safari promises much more than anything else I've seen in Singapore. I was pleased to see that they had an entire exhibit dedicated to Gator gars, and even more so to see the inhabitants of the african tank. I'm excited to see the Goliaths & african arowanas hit 3-4ft, and to see more bichirs added (hopefully)...

      full story & pics here

      http://alexander-e.com/aquatic/blogs/amazingly-aquatic/2013/4/14/the-river-safari
       
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      Looks amazing! I wish I had something like that nearby. Most aquariums in the US focus on marine and might have a couple small freshwater exhibits, but they pale in comparison.
       
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      So many healthy animals and fish! Kudos to you guys! Singapore is going to be my next big trip hopefully!

      Is it new cuz the place is flawless!
       
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      Looks amazing! I also wish that zoos in the US would focus a little more attention on freshwater fish. Thanks for sharing
       
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      Wow that looks amazing...I wish I could see it in person someday...thanks for the pics.
       
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      that looks amazing thanks for sharing :)
       
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      this is kinda off topic, but the Tennessee aquarium in Chattanooga is split in two sections, one salt and one fresh. The fresh side has a similar set up, with a "River Monsters" tank with aripima, RTC, paddle fish, and big rays.
       
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      Wow great aquascaping in every tank!!! Some of the best looking aquariums I've seen!!!! Thanks for sharing!
       
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      Very nice photo's Alex!
       
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      Thanks for sharing :headbang2
       

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