An oceanarium can be either a
First marine mammal parks
Marineland of Florida was developed as Marine Studios near St. Augustine in Marineland, Florida, which was followed in Florida by Miami Seaquarium, opened in 1955 and in California by Marineland of the Pacific, opened in 1954 near Los Angeles, and Marine World, Africa USA, opened in 1968 near San Francisco.
SeaWorld San Diego was opened in 1964, developed by four fraternity brothers Milt Shedd, Ken Norris, David DeMott and George Millay. SeaWorld Aurora opened in 1970 near Cleveland, Ohio. SeaWorld Orlando was opened in 1973. SeaWorld (San Diego, Aurora, Orlando) was sold to
World's largest marine life park
When a new 170,000-square-foot exhibit at the
Marine public aquariums
Modern marine aquariums try to create natural environments. A host of marine animals swim together in the four-story cylindrical tank of the New England Aquarium in Boston, which opened in 1969. At the
- Manila Ocean Park
- Moscow Oceanarium
- Nordsøen Oceanarium, Hirtshals, Denmark.
- Public aquarium
- UnderWater World Guam
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- Oceanarium — The Bournemouth Aquarium, UK
- Oceanarium, West Australia — suppliers of marine aquarium specimens
- Marine Life Park - Resorts World @ Sentosa