The Global Ocean, the Oceanarium’s central, 5000-cubic-metre tank with very large windows for ideal viewing, houses approximately 100 different species. The water is kept at a moderate temperature to be able to house fish from both tropical and temperate climates. The 7-metre depth of the tank allows visitors to see the difference between bottom-dwellers and pelagic fish. Several shark species, a number of species of ray (including a manta), a sunfish and sea bass can be viewed there.
Naturally, the main attraction at the Oceanarium are the fish. But displays of other animals in the four specific habitats include sea otters, penguins, puffins and other birds and amphibians.