Every year, hundreds of thousands of visitors to watch fish in the Museum of the journey to Nha Trang. We can say this is a diverse and colorful world of marine fish and that anyone was also attracted. The Museum of Oceanography Institute marine is not designed picky as others in many places, the Institute’s advantage is a marine research center and museum are also part of that procession, therefore, the fishes here are not only in Nha Trang, which were collected from different places as well, sorted and nurtured in a separate tank to scientific research. In each aquarium, you will learn the scientific names, origins and characteristics of fish growth. For example lionfish, devil face fish, eel, grouper fish or fire fish, seahorses, cleaning glass fish... Even the fish have very familiar names such as seahorses, will also surprise you when encountering them in the lake of many colors, or sea anemone type like flowers is a strange sea creatures can catch baits with a soft tap. Devil face lies as a thick stick moss rock, hard to detect enemy so-called rock fish- which has many poisonous thorns to protect, but the meat is very tasty. Soap fish is very nice looking with black and white stripes, distributed in the Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean and Australia with the type of saliva secreted like soap and having poison to kill the enemy when attacked . Echeneics naucrates
to look akin Rafter, on a disk-shaped head sticking to the big fish, the turtles are dangerous fishes as they clung to the hull ...
The marine fish display space of the Oceanography Institute is quite favorable for tourists to visit. Going through the ticket gate is a large fish tank, they can watch them freely. Then going inside the aquarium, each tank has a different fish. Sea fishes here is continually replenished, so you can get more supplement knowledge even you had ever gone. Here, guests will see the seaweed. Seaweed is not different from grass on the bank, just that they live in the water, it is also interesting exploration. And an area of mangroves is also available in the Museum
Zone B of the museum has more aquarium space for visitors can walk around in that glass frame to watch shoals of fish swimming. In the future, a another display area will be established in the mountain. Thousands of fish will be raised to meet the needs of understanding and research.