2014/9/24

A Journey Spanning 3.5 Billion Years
A Journey Spanning 3.5 Billion Years

North Building

The North Building exhibit theme is "A journey spanning 3.5 billion years: Animals that have returned to the seas." The exhibit uses a variety of media to introduce the world of Cetaceans (such as whales, dolphins, porpoises), who over the long history of evolution, have adapted to living in water and developed a magnificent intelligence, and are said to have a status comparable with that of humans on land.

Killer whale

Killer whale
Killer whale

Be awed by the presence of killer whale, the beings at the top of the ocean life food chain.

Dolphin pool (Japan's ocean)

Dolphin pool (Japan's ocean)
Dolphin pool (Japan's ocean)

Dolphins are ocean mammals that live in the great deep.
Here their performances bring you close to their native ecology, and introduce you to their outstanding abilities in a fun way.
Come connect with the overwhelming presence of animals in the wild and feel the power of life!

Under the northern lights(Beluga)

Under the northern lights(Beluga)
Under the northern lights(Beluga)

Think of the curtains of green, red, and purple light that appear in the pitch- black night sky.
Beneath the heavens wrapped in the aurora, you begin to hear the sound of the beluga whales breathing in the quiet ocean.

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