Oceanworld Aquarium is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and with it comes two new exhibitions – Adorable Otters and New Reptile exhibits, these two new displays will add to the wonderful world of Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium.
Most of us think of “fish” when we hear the word aquarium, here in Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium we like to do things a little differently! We already have Penguins since 2011, creepy crawlies since 2015 and new for 2016 we have Asian Short Claw Otters, Reptiles such as Iguana, bearded dragons, Caiman and different species of Snakes! Daily Reptile handling sessions will take place throughout the day where visitors will get a chance to get up close and personal with some of our reptiles and even get the chance to hold a SNAKE!
The new exhibit features special guests such as Caiman, Iguanas, Bearded Dragons, Corn Snakes, Pythons as well as Boa constrictor Snakes. So why not come and visit our new comers... will you be brave enough to hold a snake?
Oceanworld Aquarium is situated in Dingle town in County Kerry and hosts Ireland's largest collection of Sharks as well as our Gentoo Penguin display. Experience this enchanting underwater world and...
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New Creepy Crawlies exhibit brings a whole new dimension of weird and wonderful to Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium.
Most of us think of “fish” when we hear the word aquarium, here in Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium we like to do things a little differently! We already have Penguins since 2011 and new for this year we have our new Creepy Crawly exhibit. Who knows what will come for our 20th year anniversary next year!!!
The new exhibit which opens this weekend featuring special guests such as Scorpions, Tarantulas, Giant African Snails, Millipedes as well as Geckos! It features 10 species from around the globe.
Insects are the most numerous animals on earth forming over 75% of the animal kingdom. Insects are often over looked and forgotten about but they are very important for our and every other animals survival, many of these species are threatened and are in danger of extinction.
We are delighted to show case our new creepy crawlies where visitors will get the chance to come face to face with invertebrates from across the globe plus our special guests the vulnerable Standing day gecko here on a breeding programme.
So why not come and test the hairs on the back of you neck and meet out new friends!