Entrance to the Nautilus Aquarium located in Ex-Fundo Chacra Cerro Lote 178, height of block 99 of La Universitaria Ave., Comas.
You will enter a room in which you can see through a video, the history of the Nautilus Aquarium
A specialist guide will be in charge of accompanying each visiting group, with the aim of providing information to educate and raise awareness among visitors in the care of the marine habitat and the conservation of the species. The smallest fish that the public will be able to know in the Aquarium of Comas is the Tetra Neón, which measures 2.5 cm., And the largest Paiche, 120 cm.
The Punta Negra Sharks brought from the Philippines are other of the great attractions of the place. Visitors will also be able to see rays, octopus, starfish, Clownfish and Blubberfish, among other varieties, all in environments that also include beautiful corals and natural algae, brought from the Philippines.
Not only is it enough to see them, they can also know more details about each species, vertebrate or invertebrate, that they are observing. During the tour with the help of the guide, you can feed the fish.
Once the activity is finished, the tour will be returned.