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Shark Reef
(Mandalay Bay)
 

The entrance to Shark Reef--the aquarium tour begins on the second floor.  Shark Reef is located on a remote part of the Mandalay Bay property.  All the animals and fish on display are predators.

 

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Golden Crocodile from Thailand. 

 

Komodo Dragon. 

 
 

Shark Reef is divided into three sections--this one is the Jungle. 

  

Another area is called the Temple.  This buddha statue is a decoration in a tank. 

 

The Temple and Shipwreck sections of the aquarium are separated by the Touch Pool--a very popular attraction for both kids and adults.  Here, Robyn is touching a ray. 

 
  
 

Jellyfish--according to the Shark Reef Passport, have no eyes, ears or a mouth ... and no brain.  Jellyfish are comprised of about 96% water. 

 
 

Looking up through the glass ceiling of a tunnel that runs through a shark tank. 

 
 

Looking down the tunnel to the Touch Pool. 

 
 

A very nice ornamental wall near the entrance to the tunnel that goes through the shark tank. 

  

The largest tank is at the Shipwreck--the last exhibit of Shark Reef. 

 

Giant bronze snakes (presumably Anacondas) widing around pillars near the exit.  For more photos of Mandalay Bay, click here. 

 

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