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Mar 20, 2014
The National Aquarium of Baltimore offers many various exhibits, but the one thing this non-profit public aquarium is famous for is its Tropical Rainforest exhibit. This exhibit simulates the Amazon rainforest with even two elevated platforms for charter bus visitors to enjoy bird watching.
There is also a cave at this exhibit where mini bus rental visitors can view many glass exclosures featuring reptiles, amphibians and terrestrial arthropods in many shapes and sizes.
Just like the Tropical Rainforest Exhibit, this exhibit is very much like an open-flight aviary where flying animals are allowed to roam freely in the exhibit. Coach bus visitors can view more than 1,800 individual native animals including freshwater crocodiles, turtles, free-flying birds, snakes, lizards, and flying foxes.
Depicting a typical northern Australia river gorge, this exhibit allows an immersive experience as you walk through the bottom of the gorge to visit the animals. Many of the animals on exhibit in this area are only found in Australia.
Another rainforest exhibit in the aquarium, this pays tribute to the beginning stage of its seasonal flooding into the surrounding forest in Amazon. Two small displays here portray identical slices of the same river forest. The only difference is that one in the rainy season, and the other in the dry season.
To experience the Amazon rainforest without having to head all the way there, book a rental bus to Baltimore to visit its National Aquarium. Call 1-888-468-0815 or 443-406-6982 to reserve a bus of your choice or to just enquire on a quote.