The Seas with Nemo and Friends Pavilion is a huge showplace for almost all things aquatic in Epcot. Containing one of the largest salt water tanks in the world, a delightful ride, hilarious shows and fascinating exhibits, not to mention a world-class restaurant, it is overflowing with entertainment and education for guests of all ages.
Last week, while working on a “people” photo assignment, I was drawn into what the Seas zoological staff refers to as the “Nemo module,” and I was blown away by the incredible assortment of aquatic life exhibits I found there. I only had a couple of minutes to take a few snapshots, but I thought I would share them with you. See how many of these you can identify and I will post their names at the end.
- Pterois radiata (tailbar lionfish)
- Hippocampus reidi (longsnout seahorse)
- Echidna nebulosa (snowflake moray)
- Zebrasoma flavescens (yellow tang)
- Clibanarius vittatus (striped hermit crab)
- Pterois volitans (red lionfish)
Thanks to the Seas staff for their assistance – I didn’t know any of these!
Take a look back at what else you can find at The Seas with Nemo and Friends Pavilion: