is made entirely of Legos. And there were several other characters throughout the aquarium made out of Legos as well (though many of them were not as impressive as this guy). Lets just say that if my job was to put these things together, I would have my dream job. I cant imagine how accomplished the team that built this God of Brick feels. Kudos to them and their ability to still play with Legos. Because if I had to pick the #1 thing that I miss about my childhood, it would easily, without a doubt, be Legos.
Allrighty, now that I have reminisced, time to get into the aquarium. Here are some photos to get you excited:
*Disclaimer: If you have not seen Finding Nemo, please disregard all the film references*
In addition to sharks and rays, there were tons of other creatures and sea features (hey that rhymed) to observe. There was a ton of different coral, including neon and glow-in-the-dark, sea grass, sea cucumbers, starfish, sea weed, etc. They also had eels, sea snakes (so freaking cool!), octopus, jellyfish, bright fish, disguised fish, so-cute-I-bought-one penguins, and a dugong! But honestly words dont do it justice, so here are some more pictures!
|Can you find Nemo?|
|Nemo! (in the center)|
And for some further enjoyment, here are some videos that I took! Enjoy! If you want to see more videos and pictures of the aquarium and other Australia activities, go to my Facebook! Also, there have been several new posts in the last week so check those out if you havent! Just keep swimming!