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Héloise, Ariel and Zachary followed the special children's guided tour of the Aquatis aquarium in Lausanne, which offers an interactive 3500m² course to educate visitors on the preservation of freshwater species
A total of 46 aquariums, vivariums and terrariums, home to 10,000 fish and a hundred reptiles and amphibians from five continents. Welcome to Europe's largest freshwater aquarium-vivarium!
The star of Aquatis is called Naga. This Komodo dragon is nearly two meters tall. This super predator is one of the most dangerous animal species in the world.
We can also see the piranhas of the Amazon, the alligator garpique, a species 100 million years old. And below the spatula fish.
Aquatis brings together 100 reptiles, including Farouche and Cléo, a desert crocodile couple.
A hotel-restaurant (143 rooms based around the theme of fresh water) adjoins the aquarium. Family Offer: from € 174 (for 2 rooms).
Paris-Lausanne in 3h40 with TGV LYRIA.
In the news also, the opening Wednesday, October 30 in Biarritz of Txiki Festival 2019. This film, image and media education festival runs until November 2nd. In the context of a climate emergency, this 7th edition raises the awareness of young people to ecology with a program of screenings, educational workshops and creative activities around the world. Earth theme.
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