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1.5 MILLION Gallon Monster Aquarium Fish Tank Tour | Ripley’s Toronto

1.5 MILLION Gallon Monster Aquarium Fish Tank Tour | Ripley’s Toronto


Alright guys, we are at Ripley’s Aquarium
and as you are going to see here, if you look right up we have the CN tower here in Toronto. This here is the entrance to Ripley’s Aquarium. Let’s go back up and see Sierra. Hey guy how are you doing? You have Mike and SIerra here and today we
are going to give you guys a tour of Ripley’s Aquarium. We got a marine tank inside an African CIchlid
tank. African cichlid tank on the outside and the
marine tank on the inner side. You can actually see the marine tank goes
all the way to the bottom and you can see those marine fish swimming down there. See them? That is so cool. Do you see that puffer right here swimming
next to those African Cichlids? Look at the puffer, he is so cute. What we are doing here is staring out our
tour through Canadian waters. Here you can see a big school. Woah. This is just absolutely amazing! That is so cool! You can see all the fish in there, just going
around in a circle. This is just…wow! This is just wow guys. Let’s come check out the fish in Candian waters/
So here you see some long nose gar. This one is an actual gar! A bluegill sunfish. To really give you guys a perspective of how
huge this tank actually is. Look at the blue fins. That must be a bluegill. It’s actually a white Bass. Oh really? Yeah. Or maybe it’s the lighting? Yeah I think it’s the lighting too. Yeah it’s the lighting. Oh hi friend/ Oh my god, he is so cute and
funny looking! Now I do apologize for the light in here. Look, there’s a guy hiding. Right there. Here is an American Eel.Or, there’s supposed
to be. So here is the Alaskan King Crab. He is looking at me. There is a pair over here. Come see these guys.Hey guys. Oh he’s feisty. Look at him. Alright, so here we have some North American
lobster. We’ll come and give you guys a better look. Oh my god, look at this! Woah, look at this. I don’t know if you guys can see this one here
but he is the whole size of the cave hole. The whole cave! That’s insane! Even the guy beside him is big but he is like
a monster!! Oh hey friend, there is a fish in here, only
one he must be a jerk. (laughter) Oh look it here, the lump fish. Oh that thing? Yeah that’s the lump fish. Alright guys, we are at Ripley’s Aquarium
and as you are going to see here, if you look right up we have the CN tower here in Toronto.
This here is the entrance to Ripley’s Aquarium. Let’s go back up and see Sierra. Hey guy how
are you doing? You have Mike and SIerra here and today we are going to give you guys a
tour of Ripley’s Aquarium. We got a marine tank inside an African CIchlid tank. African
cichlid tank on the outside and the marine tank on the inner side. You can actually see
the marine tank goes all the way to the bottom and you can see those marine fish swimming
down there. See them? That is so cool. Do you see that puffer right here swimming next
to those African Cichlids? Look at the puffer, he is so cute. What we are doing here is staring
out our tour through Canadian waters. Here you can see a big school. Woah. This is just
absolutely amazing! That is so cool! You can see all the fish in there, just going around
in a circle. This is just…wow! This is just wow guys. Let’s come check out the fish in
Candian waters/ So here you see some long nose gar. This one is an actual gar! A bluegill
sunfish. To really give you guys a prospective of how huge this tank actually is. Look at
the blue fins. That must be a bluegill. It’s actually a white Bass. Oh really? Yeah. Or
maybe it’s the lighting? Yeah I think it’s the lighting too. Yeah it’s the lighting.
Oh hi friend/ Oh my god, he is so cute and funny looking! Now I do apologize for the
light in here. Look, there’s a guy hiding. Right there. Here is an American Eel.Or, there’s
supposed to be. So here is the Alaskan King Crab. He is looking at me. There is a pair
over here. Come see these guys.Hey guys. Oh he’s feisty. Look at him. Alright, so here
we have some North American lobster. We’ll come and give you guys a better look. Oh my
god, look at this! Woah, look at this. I don’t know if you guys can see this one here but
he is the whole size of the cave hole. The whole cave! That’s insane! Even the guy beside him
is big but he is like a monster!! Oh hey friend, there is a fish in here, only one he must
be a jerk. (laughter) Oh look it here, the lump fish. Oh that thing? Yeah that’s the
lump fish. That”s a good name he looks like a lump. There;s another one up here. Oh oh
my god! They are really hard to see. The sea pens are made up of up to 40,000 creatures
called polyps. Weird, they do look like pens, ha. Feathers. There you have it folks. The
fleshy sea pen. Like this guy. See this little cute little guy right here? Oh my god! He
is so adorable. Look at him. aww. Look at the red guy. He is neat.There coral things
look like cotton. Oh, Mike! Look right there, see him. He is the whole length of it. He
is coming out there. What a weird tail. It’s 2, that makes more sense. Aww they must be
a couple. Sharing a cave. They are funny looking but they are cute. They look old. We are
going to walk down here. And here we have another tank and I can’;t tell you what exactly
is in here. This here is a giant Pacific Octopus. Let’s try to find him. This is a tube tank.
And… I can see some stuff up in here guys. Okay Octopus where are you>The Octopus is
not coming out. So we are going to continue this journey. Oh my goodness! He is right
here. Oh! there he went. The Octopus is here. Oh wow look at that! Ity looks like little
suction cups. Wow! You guys won’t believe this tank here is 2 storeys tall. It’s got
Kelp you guys. 2 Storey tall aquarium, we got to go check out this through the observation
and the view on the other side. Alright guys. 2 storey tall aquarium. Jusy look at that
guys how beautiful it is. Just look at how beautiful you are. Oh hi friend. He
just pooped. Yeah. (laughter( Seriously, don’t eat it guy. Beautiful.Just get a perspective
on how huge this tank actually is. We are going down the spiral path way here. Down
the whole 2 storeys. Don’t know if you guys can see this but you can tell this is where
the glass was molded and it looks to be about half a foot thick. It’s beautiful. This
is just absolutely amazing. I can’t believe this, how beautiful it is. Alright so what
are you doing for us Sierra? A little demonstration of what happens when a starfish looses a leg,
it dissapears and then it grows back. (laughter) Gorgeous. OH look at that! that’s so cool.
Arctic waters. And here is Arctic Greyling. Very colorful fish, look at the fins on these
guys. What?!Watch this. I change the water current direction in the tank. So cool. Sierrra
just change the water current in the tank, that is very cool. I can change it back. Just
push it again. This is the same tank we were looking at but now we are actually looking
from the bottom of it. As you can see we were up here on the second floor and now we made
it down here so we are just going to get a shot of this here just so you guys can really
appreciate it.

13 comments on “1.5 MILLION Gallon Monster Aquarium Fish Tank Tour | Ripley’s Toronto

  1. hey Mike and Sierra! Nice tour.. can you imagine the amount of water in that place.. and the water changes haha.. JK.. very cool. We were going to go a couple weeks ago, ended up detouring to Finatics.. have to plan it again soon.

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