Vancouver's famous Stanley Park is home to the Vancouver Aquarium, the largest aquarium in Canada dedicated to showcasing aquatic life and educating the public about important conservation work.
Over 50,000 animals from across the world call the aquarium home and visitors can get up close and personal with educational shows and close encounters behind the scenes with some of the animal residents.
The exhibits and galleries educate the public about aquatic wildlife from across the globe with showcases of unique species from the Amazon, the tropics, and even Canada's Artic. You can get up close to the penguins at Penguin Point or watch sea otters and dolphins in a feeding or training session.
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