What you're seeing here are tons of shots I took from the aquarium in London, England! It was really great. Flash wasn't allowed and my parents' camera is a bit old, but I think they came out okay.
There was a lot of great stuff there. I saw some fish I had never seen before. My parents fell in love with the cuttlefish, while the lion fish seemed to love my dad. They all came and swarmed around him!
I loved these guys! They were buried under the sand, with their heads sticking out. So cute.
Seahorses were my favourite!
This little yellow fish was stuck to the front of the seahorses' tank. I have no idea what it was, but it was very tiny and almost frog-like!
This was another fish i had never seen before. I forgot its name, but it has a very unique face! It looks like it has eyebrows.
Blue eyed fish that would make Aigis jealous.
Shark tank, though I couldn't get any good pictures of the larger sharks on the top:
Upside-down jellyfish. I saw a lot of these in Cuba.
Sea turtle was trying to get some leftovers in the corner.
The stingrays were hilarious. They'd swim up to the surface, nose out, to see what you were doing. Some would flap backwards too!
This lobster was huge! It came out for a split second, then scurried back into its cave.
The much adored cuttlefish!
And last but not least...this wasn't in the aquarium, but the Natural History Museum. It was a preserved specimen of a Football fish! I was really excited to see it, because I'm really interested in the deep sea. I had never seen a real deep sea fish before.
The camera didn't really capture its impressive set of teeth!