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Hurghada Grand Aquarium
Make your visit an educational experience!
Make your visit an educational experience!
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Don’t miss your chance to visit Hurghada Grand Aquarium. there’s no better way to witness marine life on land!
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If you are passionate about all things marine life and wish to learn more about the ocean and conservation, visit Hurghada Grand Aquarium!
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Enter and explore the marine realm of Hurghada Grand Aquarium, home to more than 500 marine animals of over 1500 species, across 22 different exhibits...It's a marine life experience you won’t forget.
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The African crested porcupine is the largest porcupine. It grows up to 36 inches long. These names come from the fact that the porcupine is coated in long sharp quills. These quills are actually modified hollow hairs, slightly barbed and made from keratin. When alarmed the porcupine will run backwards and embed its quills into the predator.
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An opportunities through focusing on building stronger awareness and action to protect animals around us.
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There are over 1000 different bat species.

Bats ‘see’ in the dark using a special skill called echolocation. Bats make noises and wait for the sound waves to bounce back off objects (an echo), if it doesn’t bounce back then they can safely fly forward. They can tell the distance of various objects by how quickly the sound waves bounce back to them.
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Meanwhile as you explore the aquarium, kids can find out more about our fabulous characters that live at the aquarium a challenges for when your family visit.
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Find new ways to learn about the ocean at Hurghada Grand Aquarium!
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Our goal is for every visitor to the Aquarium to come away with new knowledge about the life dwelling within the sound, as well as what can be done to help protect it.
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Pythons are not poisonous or venomous in any way that could harm humans. They kill their prey by slowly squeezing it to death. They are constrictors.
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