This display is a recreation of life around a deep sea hydrothermal vent.
A panel here looks at a rather unusual fish. A life sized model hangs overhead.
Another case of a model overhead with a panel identifying it: the porbeagle shark.
More panels about water round out the gallery.
And to conclude the Water Gallery, one more look at the blue whale skeleton.
Interesting to see the exhibits of the deep sea plants and animals.ReplyDelete
That's a strange underworld deep down in the sea !ReplyDelete
It's a strange world down there, William. Meanwhile science seems to know more about Mars and the Moon than about life at the bottom of the oceoans of our own planet.ReplyDelete
Fascinating world under the sea William, I enjoy learning about it while my feet are on terra firma 😉ReplyDelete
Yes, really a fascinating world, William !ReplyDelete
Amazing environment and creatures...ReplyDelete
Pięknie zdjęcia pierwsze mi się podoba .ReplyDelete
...we have been in the abyss for the last four years!ReplyDelete
The abyss - that would be a great place to toss Trump.ReplyDelete
There have been more sharks around our waters this past year than there are normally.ReplyDelete
Interesting to see how life preservers way down in the depths.ReplyDelete
We don't see into the ocean so we are not familiar with what's there. Museums give us a look at the deep ocean.ReplyDelete
The wonders of nature.ReplyDelete
@Nancy: it is.ReplyDelete
@Gattina: quite so.
@Jan: that is true.
@Grace: that's the case for a lot of people.
@Karl: that it is.
@Italiafinlandia: I agree.
@Agnieszka: thank you.
@Tom: that's how it feels.ReplyDelete
@David: that would be fitting.
@Marie: strangely enough I dreamed of sharks during the night.
@Magiceye: very much so.
@Barbara: life finds a way.
@Red: that is true.
There is whole mysterious world below the waters.ReplyDelete
It makes you want to go scuba diving!ReplyDelete
Fascinating underwater world! :-)ReplyDelete
Fascinating, I never thought of fish sunbathing.ReplyDelete
Amazing living things in such an invironment.ReplyDelete
I am fascinated by deep water life and plants. As you are fascinated by the blue wale skeleton. Cheers.ReplyDelete
I love the sea. And that skeleton really gets to me.ReplyDelete
The sea is always awesome ~ great info and display ~ReplyDelete
Moment by moment,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Cool voyage beneath the wavesReplyDelete
The skeleton of the blue whale is impressive:)ReplyDelete
@Sharon: there is.ReplyDelete
@Bill: and yet they do.
@Gemel: that it is.
@Maywyn: life finds a way.
@Joanne: thank you.
@Jeanie: it is big.
@Carol: thank you.
@Rosie: very much so.