By Hannah

This week’s post is going to be a bit different than usual, as I was lucky enough to adventure to the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada with New College last week as part of Re-Orientation week!

I hope some of you were able to make it out with us, but if you couldn’t – fear not! In this post I am going to do a photo recap so you can “visit” alongside me.

A photo of the exterior of Ripley's Aquarium with the CN Tower in the background

University students standing in front of an aquarium

University students revelling in the beauty of the sea with childlike wonder and awe.

Students standing in front of an aquarium

More revelling…

A sea turtle in an aquarium

A sea turtle!!! This guy was probably my favourite part of the whole aquarium visit. Well, him and the jellyfish.

Clownfish in Ripley's Aquarium

I don’t know about you, but all I could think was “SO MANY NEMOS!”

A shark in an aquarium in Toronto

One of the coolest parts of the aquarium was the tank-tunnels, which meant you could actually see the sharks swimming over your head!

Hundreds of small fish in an aquarium in Toronto

Another photo from the overhead tanks – the angle was really interesting to watch the fish swim past.

Brightly-coloured anemones at Ripley's Aquarium in Toronto

Off to see the colourful anemones!

A student puts her hand on the glass of the jellyfish tank at Ripley's Aquarium

Next stop was the jellyfish tank, which was breathtakingly beautiful and very calming.

Jellyfish in a tank at Ripley's Aquarium

I could not get enough of these colours. Jellyfish are absolutely gorgeous.

A starfish up against the glass at Ripley's Aquarium

Last but not least, high-fiving a starfish!

 

I had so much fun visiting the aquarium with New, and I hope that through this post you felt you were right there alongside us!

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