Aliens From Under the Sea have arrived at The Aquarium of Niagara
Some flimsy, fanciful fun creatures have arrived at the Aquarium of Niagara.
The exhibit called "Aliens of the Sea" features four varieties of Jelly Fish.
Executive Director Gary Siddall says "we wanted something the aquarium had never had before, we wanted something that Western New York had never seen".
The new Jelly Fish home is "other worldly" with dark lighting and "alien music" but the new residents seem to be doing great, but it my be difficult to get a "read" on them as Gary Siddall points out "they don't have a heart and they don't have a brain, and they rely on a very basic neurological system." According to Gary "it's a new day" at the Aquarium of Niagara and the Aliens of the Seas is just the latest example of the Aquariums commitment to the future.
You can get more information at the Aquarium Of Niagara website.