Indo-Pacific Barrier Reef Webcam
Dive into a vibrant world of life in the Tropical Diver gallery. The Indo-Pacific Barrier Reef habitat is one of the largest living coral reefs in a North American aquarium. You’ll see animals including the bluespine unicornfish, spotted sweetlips, yellow tang and many more.
The Indo-Pacific Barrier Reef habitat was specially designed for living coral. Above this exhibit is the largest skylight at Georgia Aquarium. We also have lights that mimic sunlight for Atlanta’s cloudy days and a wave machine to keep the water oxygenated.
Did you know that coral is an animal—not a plant? These amazing creatures are the cornerstone of this enchanting gallery and a keystone species in the natural world—meaning their health is a good indicator of the health of their environment. Georgia Aquarium is proud to cultivate corals on site and help restore damaged coral reefs around the world.
Our webcams are available from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. EST.
- Habitat features about 200 species of coral and thousands of individual fish, representing more than 90 species
- 164,000 gallons of water in exhibit
- Water maintained at 77 degrees Fahrenheit (or 25 degrees Celsius)
- Sunlight-mimicking lights above habitat total 60,000 watts