Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia

The  Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia is a great place to visit. This weekend I finally got to see”Dolphin Tales.”  The show is spectacular and worth seeing. Here’s a short video that gives you an overview.

Note: No photography  allowed during the Dolphin Tales show, so my camera stayed closed. However, below are a few I did take before and after the show.

Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia Aquarium, Atanta, Georgia

White Alligator at Georgia Aquarium

White Alligator and Tiny Frogs

Hand it to the Frogs

Written and Photographed by Mary Gilmartin, December 5, 2012


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3 responses to “Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia

  1. Come visit our aquarium and “swim with the whale sharks”…I’ll watch you through The Ocean Voyager viewing window that is the second largest viewing window in the world towering 27 feet high, 63 feet wide and weighs 120 tons. And, the alligator has lovely red eyes and does look prehistoric. FYI: Read my posting on this link about who wants to be a marine biologist when he grows up:

  2. I really want to go here. My husband is a marine biologist and we visit aquariums wherever we go, but this one has eluded us so far. I’m thinking I want to do the “swim with whale sharks” bit 🙂
    Love the alligator shot. It’s so prehistoric looking.

  3. Ooooh we saw a white alligator in the aquarium in Florida. Also I really loved the seahorses – especially the ones with weedy tendrils called Green Dragons.

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