The Vibrant Animal Life of Bermuda (and Beyond)
If you’re an animal lover vacationing in Bermuda, you must devote a few hours to the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo. Since 1926 the zoo has endeavored to educate the public about animal life on the island and today features exhibits that showcase creatures from around the world. Major attractions include the harbor seal and turtle exhibit outside the main entrance, an aviary filled with exotic tropical birds, a collection of elegant flamingos, a massive cage visitors can enter to experience birds of the Caribbean up close, and an exhibit devoted entirely to animals that live only on the island of Madagascar. The Aquarium features a 140,000-gallon living replica of North Rock, part of the Rim Reef system, and is home to 200 fish species. The Natural History Museum gives visitors a comprehensive view of Bermuda’s millennia-long geological development and the shifting balance of land and aquatic life on and around the island.
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