In the front pool, fur seals can be seen sleeping on the rocks and swimming, while spotted seal come and go in the tubular pool in the back of the zone. The horseshoe-shaped pool makes visitors feel as if they were swimming together with these animals in the ocean. Visitors can explore different pools from a sunny deck as they enjoy the acrobatic motions of marine animals in the water.
An intriguing pool gives visitors the illusion of swimming with fur seals
This horseshoe-shaped pool is the perfect height of a small child. The viewing area is slightly small for an adult and has a low ceiling, but is a delightful place for children because it feels like being in a hideout. On entering the viewing area, visitors are intrigued by the feeling of swimming together with fur seals in the ocean, and are captivated by this pool. It will undoubtedly pique the interest of visitors of all ages.
Getting even closer to earless seals at the tubular pool!
The first thing that will draw the eye of visitors to the Marine Animals Zone is the large tubular pool shaped like a large tin can. The tubular pool is actually connected to the adjacent pool under the floor, so spotted seals are free to come and go as they wish. The spotted seals pop up into the tubular pool as if they are flying through the air. If you keep a close eye on this pool, you might make eye contact with an earless seal!