A parting look at a must-see in Toronto – Ripley’s Aquarium – before the end of our brief summer holiday in Ontario this month.
I know, I know you’ve probably seen and read enough in my blogs over the past two weeks about Ontario’s tourist attractions, but I was drawn personally to the Aquarium (of which kind a number operate elsewhere in North America) and spent a couple of hours meandering its massive displays of colorful fish and less attractive ones of the predatory kind.
Without further ado, here is a short video of the Quillback Rockfish:
an adieu of sorts to a teeming metropolis abounding in fish, flora and fauna of many kinds from around the world – tout le monde!
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