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Ocean Voyager built by The Home Depot

  • OV Circle Viewing Window
  • Ocean Voyager
  • Big Window
  • Kids with Grouper
  • Nandi
  • Tallulah
  • OV Tunnel
  • Approaching Whale Sharks
  • Whale Sharks in school of fish
  • Whale Shark
  • OV Window
  • Wobbegong
OV Circle Viewing Window

Ocean Voyager provides visitors with multiple opportunities to view all of the magnificent animals it houses.

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Ocean Voyager

This 6.3 million gallon exhibit is home to a unique and wide variety of animals.

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Big Window

This 6.3 million gallon exhibit is home to a unique and wide variety of animals.

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Kids with Grouper

Giant grouper can live to be as old as 50.

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Nandi

Nandi, who was rescued from South Africa, is one of the four manta rays living in Ocean Voyager.

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Tallulah

: Manta rays do not have a stinging spine and are harmless to humans.

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The skin of an adult whale shark can be up to 4 inches thick.

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Approaching Whale Sharks

Georgia Aquarium houses four whale sharks alongside manta rays and thousands of other animals.

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Whale Sharks in school of fish

Smaller fish swim close around sharks and other big animals for protection from other predators.

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Whale Shark

The Ocean Voyager exhibit was specially designed and built to house whale sharks.

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OV Window

The Ocean Voyager exhibit was specially designed and built to house whale sharks.

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Wobbegong

Wobbegong sharks are one of several sharks found in Ocean Voyager.

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Georgia Aquarium houses four whale sharks alongside manta rays and thousands of other animals.

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Enormous goliath groupers and several sharks all ply the waters of this ocean habitat.

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