The Lisbon Oceanarium Puts Everyone At Home Watching The Sea ♦ In this time of social isolation, the Lisbon Oceanarium decided to offer several online activities. “At home watching the sea” seeks to bring some tranquility to those on the other side of the screen.
“The idea is to show the seabed and promote a stop for about 20 minutes, and observe the fluid movement of animals underwater, a natural artistic work”, said Oceanarium, who shares videos every week to help you relax, meditate or even fall asleep.
The third video in this series, released on Monday, has the choirs as protagonists. The challenge is to dive into the central aquarium and the jellyfish aquarium, for two relaxing trips, lasting 45 and 27 minutes, respectively.
The leafy sea dragons are the marine animals that follow, but to follow their movements we have to wait for the sharing of next week, on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube of the Lisbon Oceanarium.
Among the activities that the institution has been providing during the quarantine period are videos, but also games of questions, information on conservation projects and tips on series about the marine habitat, among other suggestions aimed mainly at children.
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