Aquarium After Dark

March 21, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
2777 Kalakaua Avenue

Discover if fish sleep on an after-dark flashlight tour of the Aquarium. Find the sleeping spot for the red-toothed triggerfish or the rock-mover wrasse. Are yellow tang always yellow?

Come for a class followed by a tour of the exhibits.

Minimum age 5 years; youngsters must be accompanied by an adult. $10/adult, $7/child ($14/10 for non-members).


Ticket Information
Pre-registration Required

Event Sponsor
WAQ, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Karen Izumi, 808-440-9011, reservations@waquarium.org, http://www.waquarium.org

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