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Garden Eel Habitat
This is a patch reef habitat. Its bottom layer of sand - called substrate - is 3 feet (0.9 m) deep to accommodate garden eels.

Jelly Alley
Composed of three different habitats, this area features some of the world's most alien invertebrates. 

Pacific Barrier Reef
One of the world's largest living reef exhibits simulating an Indo-Pacific barrier reef. Live corals make up about a fourth of this reef.

Clown and Anemone Habitat
Representing one of nature's most colorful symbiotic relationships: clown anemonefish and their namesake homes: anemones.

Shipwreck Habitat
Sink beneath the waves to explore the nooks and crevices of our shipwreck exhibit. Zebra morays, big eyes and cleaner shrimp are just a few of the animals that call this habitat home.