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The Aquarium of Niagara – Making a Splash in Your Winter

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If the wintry weather is getting you down, escape to a world under the sea, at the Aquarium of Niagara.  See harbour seals leaping for fish, meet adorable waddling penguins and watch tanks filled with a world of aquatic creatures as they sway gently in the waves.

If you like a bit of excitement in your life, don’t miss the shark feedings – and be glad that you’re not the featured item on the menu.  Be sure to visit the seahorse ‘stable’ as well as the sturgeon exhibit.

Open since 1965, the Aquarium of Niagara is located on Whirlpool Street in Niagara Falls, N.Y. and is a great family entertainment venue. Throughout the month of February children’s storytellers will be on hand to tell fishy tales.  Visit http://www.aquariumofniagara.org for all the details.

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Liz Fleming, Managing Editor of NaturallyinNiagara.ca, is an award-winning journalist who writes a weekly travel gear column for The Toronto Star as well as regular travel features for The Toronto Star, The Toronto Sun, Cruise and Travel Lifestyles Magazine and CAA Travel. She’s currently a featured commentator on the Astral Media radio stations in southern Ontario, providing daily travel ‘minutes’ and is the editor of WO, the White Oaks Magazine.

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