An entertaining journey into the aquarium takes you on a tour of 3 different environments. … All three sections provide specimens of animal, plant, and marine life of that particular environment.
The first walks you through the desert section which contains animals found in the desert such as the caracal, snake , and hedgehog.
The next environment is the coastal edge, where you find animals such as penguins, otters and coastal fish.
The biological diversity of the desert animals are portrayed here with an interesting selection of local mammals, reptiles, and birds. The desert animals have a unique cooling ability to deal with the harsh desert climate. Some of the animals in the desert area are either endangered, or on the verge of extinction due to over hunting and illegal hunting.
The animals living in this environment are tied to both the sea and the land. In this environment you are able to see animals that either live near rivers or mangroves, which is ideal for ecological diversity. In this environment, penguins, otters, pythons and birds are found.
This section offers visitors a unique opportunity transport themselves to the depths of the sea. Visitors can see ferocious marine animals and unique creatures. Some were collected from the Arabian Gulf, while others were imported from the Red Sea and South Africa. The aquarium houses around 100 different types of marine animals, such as sharks, sting rays, sea horses, sea turtles, and many others.