Piranha – National Aquarium of New Zealand

Napier’s National Aquarium of New Zealand is where you can visit Piranha – the famous omnivorous freshwater fish native to South American waters. Here, Reiss explains a little about Piranha, their teeth, feeding and their life at the National Aquarium of New Zealand.

National Aquarium of New Zealand, Napier –  Stunning Video HD

National Aquarium of New Zealand, Napier – Stunning Video HD

The Ultimate Underwater Experience!

The National Aquarium of New Zealand is situated on Marine Parade in Napier and has a reef tank, a travelator which spirals its way beneath the enormous oceanarium, creating the impression of a true underwater experience, and a typical New Zealand rocky shore environment. See the marine life in Napier including sharks, stingray and hundreds of fish species, a crocodile and some kiwis on display.

The main tank is 24 metres long, 30 metres wide, and 3 metres deep and takes 1,500,067 litres of water to fill. View the 1,500 fish as they swim and feed above you as you stroll through the 50-metre long tunnel.