The world's oceans
At 657 km, it is the longest river in Andalusia, traveling from the Sierra de Cazorla (Jaén) to Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz). It evolves from the fast waters of its high course to the areas of marshes near its mouth, where we find the greatest aquatic biodiversity of all Andalusia.
In our journey it is represented by the fauna, both native and invasive, of the different stretches of the river, highlighting the area dedicated to the marshes of the Doñana National Park.
The second largest ocean on the planet, covering 20% of the earths surface.
We will begin the journey from the Andalusian Atlantic coast and ultimately reach the eastern coast of South America, passing through the Canary Islands. We will observe different habitats, such as sandy and rocky bottoms, meadows of marine phanerogams or coralligenous of deep zones.
One of the ecosystems with the greatest biodiversity on the planet, characterized by high rainfall and an average temperature of 25ºC, resulting in very high humidity.
Here we will be able to observe some of the species of reptiles and amphibians most characteristic of these American tropical forests.
These open waters constitute the habitat of a great quantity of species, being among them the biggest and most impressive animals that living in our seas and oceans.
It is the deepest shark tank in the Iberian Peninsula at 9m deep and 2 million liters of water, in which we can admire sea turtles and different shark species.
Named for being the area where the Indian and Pacific Oceans meet, these tropical waters bathe the coasts of important islands such as Sumatra, Java, Borneo, New Guinea, northern Australia or the Moluccas, harboring an amazing biodiversity.
We have represented ecosystems such as mangroves and coral reefs, which highlights the color of the species that inhabit them.
Medusas: We have an area dedicated to these fascinating animals in which we can admire some of the most striking species.
African Sabana: In this terrarium we have the African spur turtles and the Nile monitor lizards.
Once the route to Magallanes-Elcano is finished, visitors will be able to see the tropical Rarities, the aquarium of the swampy areas and the tank dedicated to the recovery of sea turtles.