Shark Reef Aquarium At Mandalay Bay Las Vegas

Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Shark Reef Aquarium At Mandalay Bay Las Vegas….

Another rare gem in Las Vegas is the Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay.

Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay is not your typical aquarium. It’s a total sensory experience designed to transport visitors to an undersea ocean of fantastic sights, sounds and encounters.

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Featuring dangerous and unusual aquatic animals from the world’s tropical waters, Shark Reef Aquarium takes visitors on a journey through an ancient temple slowly being claimed by the sea.

Enjoy the Aquarium compete with sharks and hundreds of Sea life in the heart of the desert.

No resort is complete without exotic natural wonders. At Shark Reef you can see all kinds — sawfish, giant rays, endangered green sea turtles, piranha, jellyfish and the rare golden crocodile, to name a few. In all, there are over 2,000 animals in 1.6 million gallons of water.

This is the perfect way to relax and escape from the madness of Sin City….

The Vegas desert seems like an unlikely home for marine life, but the Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay is no ordinary exhibit. Featuring a large aquarium filled with 1.6 million gallons of water, the exhibit is home to more than 2,000 animals.

Everything from 14-foot long tiger sharks to a 300-pound sea turtle call the Shark Reef home. At the exhibit you’ll get to see some of the world’s most exotic marine predators and other species like the sawfish, giant rays, jellyfish and a rare golden crocodile.

The attraction’s interior design looks like an ancient temple that’s slowly sinking into the ocean. One of the unique elements of Shark Reef is a tunnel that travels through part of the aquarium, giving guests an unparalleled view of various species of sharks and the aquarium’s largest animals.

This part of the exhibit is designed to look like a sunken shipwreck, creating a colorful seascape for the incredible species that inhabit the aquarium.

Recorded 2008 by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio.