Sparkle, the trained porpoise, leaps high out of the water to ring her
dinner bell. Seaquarium porpoises have been trained to raise flags and
jump through hoops, displaying remarkable intelligence.
In 26 corridor aquariums hundreds of highly colored, rare, tropical specimens
including many strange creatures, are individually exhibited. Because of
their small size they would be lost in the big tanks.
The speedy porpoises vie with the larger specimens for food offered by
the diver. Six times daily their undersea dietitian makes sure that all
fishes, large and small, get their share of the food offered. More than
2000 fishes inhabit both huge tanks.
Spacious entrance to the main Seaquarium. Large glass windows on two
levels completely encircle each huge tank. In almost a million gallons of
sea water thousands of large and small creatures of the sea live as they
do in the open ocean.
GREATER MIAMI'S FABULOUS