tirsdag den 30. september 2014

Den Blå Planet / The Blue Planet

In English down below:

Mor og hendes ene barnebarn var taget på tur til Den Blå Planet. Det er et kæmpestort akvarium der afløste Danmarks Akvarium. Det er fantastisk flot og man kan gå i en tunnel under vandet med hajer og rokker.
 Hvis man ser det fra oven ligner det en stor ventilator. 


Meget kunstnerisk udefra.
Fiskene (men det er kun de fisk med de blå striber) svømmer ned og nærmest kaster sig ned i Søanemonen og bliver kløet på ryggen.
En Dragefisk.
Hammerhaj.
Pilrokker. Det var sådan en der dræbte Steve Irwin, krokodillejægeren fra Australien.

Pilrokke set nedefra. De små mørke pletter øverst er øjnene og munden sidder lige nedenunder. Den ligner en der smiler ha ha.
 Piratfisk der bliver fotobombet af den lille stribede fisk.
Og så er der nogle leopard-rokker der ser meget moderne ud med deres pletter.

Og denne mega store Sugemalle lignede en der ville kysse ... eller måske have børstet sine tænder hvis den havde nogle.
Det var en spændende tur sagde de og jeg ville ønske jeg havde været med. Jeg ville have elsket at se alle de fisk, for jeg elsker fisk. Hvad??? .... Må man ikke spise dem???  Hmm... så er det lige meget med at deltage.

In English:

Mom and her one grandson was taken on a trip to the Blue Planet. It is a huge aquarium that replaced the Danish Aquarium. It is absolutely beautiful and you can walk through a tunnel under the water with sharks and rays.

If you look at it from above, it looks like a big fan.
Very artistic outside.
The fishes (but it is only the fish with blue stripes) swim down and practically throw themselves into the Sea Anemone and the Sea Anemone scratches its back.
A lionfish.
A Hammerhead Shark.
Stingrays. That was what killed Steve Irwin,  the crocodile hunter from Australia.
Stingray seen from below. The small dark spots at the top are the eyes and the mouth sits just underneath. It looks like he is smiling he he.
Piranhas are being photo bombed by the little striped fish.
And then there are some leopard-rays that look very modern in their spots.

And this huge Suction Catfish looked like someone who wants to kiss ... or maybe having  his teeth brushed if it had some.

It was an interesting trip they said, and I wish I had been with them. I would have loved to see all the fishes because I love fish. What ??? .....  I can't eat them??? Hmm ... then it really doesn't matter that I didn't attend.



11 kommentarer:

  1. Gorgeous.Mom loves all that sea life
    Lily & Edward

    SvarSlet
  2. That looks like a beautiful place to visit. What a great building too. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

    SvarSlet
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    1. It is really a beautiful building.

      Slet
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    1. It is very interesting and instructive.

      Slet
  4. What a fab place, love the layout it looks amazing

    SvarSlet
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    1. Yes one or two engineers have put there heads together with that building.

      Slet
  5. Oh that looks like such a fun trip. Love the fish with the big mouth. Too funny. You all have a great day.

    SvarSlet

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