Fish Aquarium, situated near Raj Bhavan and the old assembly hall, was established on 31st May 1977. Spread across an area of one hectare, this aquarium is a double-storey fish house built in a fish-like structure. The upper portion of the aquarium features 40 glass aquariums housing various species of living and colourful fishes. Lower section on the other hand, has 26 big aquariums housing different fishes from lakes, rivers and ponds.
On the whole, the Fish Aquarium is home to 66 varieties of fishes including ornamental and fresh water types Common fishes that can be seen in the upper fish house include golden shark, paradise blue and many more. Other fishes like Rohu, Katla, Mirgal and many others can be seen in the big aquariums on the lower floor.
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This is not a very big aquarium but its building is very well made in shape of a fish. There are two separate sections for large and small fishes. Entry fee is very nominal. A must visit place for small kids. They not only like inside fishes but fish shape building of aquarium itself become huge attractions for them.
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