In a world of oceans filled with fish and coral, there’s no denying the beauty of the sea.
But when it comes down to it, it’s actually a very blue ocean, with lots of red.
The Red Sea Aquarium is a unique aquarium designed to bring that redness to the public eye.
It’s located on the northern tip of the South African island of Rhodes and is an international collaboration between the Royal Botanic Gardens of Victoria and the National Marine Conservation Centre.
With the help of a combination of marine biology, oceanography, and a mix of marine life, the facility is hoping to show that some of the world’s most iconic creatures can also thrive in a very different environment.
And it has, so far.
The exhibit will be on display for the next three weeks, beginning on September 21 and continuing until December 7.
With a focus on marine life and the marine environment, the Red Sea aquarium is also one of only a handful of marine research facilities in the world, where researchers are able to explore marine life in such a unique way.
In addition to studying the fish, sea turtles, and whales, researchers will also be able to study the red-coloured algae that is responsible for the aquarium’s colours.
The facility has been in the works for years, and the aquarium has received funding from the Royal Society of Victoria.
The aquarium is funded by the Victoria Government and is managed by a team of marine biologists.
While the aquarium does not yet have a permanent home, it is scheduled to open its doors to the general public on December 7, 2019.
Red Sea aquarium, a new exhibit that will allow scientists to see the world in a different light, is a collaborative project between the University of Melbourne and the Royal Australian and New Zealand Marine Science Centre.
In the aquarium, the researchers will study the growth of the coral, as well as the behaviour of marine animals in their habitats.
While it’s not an actual aquarium, it will allow them to take in a larger portion of the deep sea and look at the deep ocean.
It will also provide a glimpse into the ocean ecosystem.
The researchers will use the aquarium to study how the algae on the sea’s surface affect the ocean’s health.
The research will also take place on the reefs in the Red SEA Aquarium, which will include coral reefs and other habitats, and how these habitats influence the health of the ocean.
In a previous study, the aquarium team was able to observe and document the behaviour and life history of marine algae on a reef in the Indian Ocean.
This study will be a much bigger effort than the previous one, with the aim of bringing marine life to the surface in a completely new way.
With an exhibit like this, researchers are hoping to bring more attention to what’s really going on under the sea and hopefully help the environment around us.
“There are so many other marine creatures, so many marine habitats, in the deep oceans that are not visible to the human eye, and we don’t have the ability to see them,” said lead researcher Dr. David Stromberg.
“This aquarium project will bring us closer to that point, and I think it will give us a better understanding of what we’re seeing and what we can do about it.”
The aquarium will be open to the media from September 27 to December 7 with live demonstrations and discussions about the marine life that lives in the area.
For more information on the aquarium project, visit redseaaquarium.org.au or call 13 854 9962.