The Tequila splitfin (Zoogoneticus tequila), is a small freshwater fish measuring up to 8cm long – with females being slightly larger than males. They are endemic to the Teuchitlan Springs in the upper Ameca river basin in Mexico, where they inhabit small lakes, tributaries and freshwater springs.
The North West’s shark loving public have been back visiting Blue Planet Aquarium this weekend for their o’fish’al re-opening! The aquarium, located at Cheshire Oaks, re-opened on Saturday 4th July with new Covid-19 safety measures in place.
Meet the Blue Planet Aquarium’s Shark Squad!! Finn and Sandy the Sand tiger sharks, Stripes the Zebra shark and Sarge the Nurse shark Click the names of your favourite Shark Squad member, print it out, colour it in, take a photo and send it to us on Facebook or at [email protected] to enter a […]
Blue Planet Aquarium Closes Temporarily in Response to COVID-19 As a precautionary measure and in an effort to protect the health and safety of staff and visitors, Blue Planet Aquarium is temporarily closed to the public to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The Aquarium will be closed to the public starting 23/03/2020. While there […]
Blue Planet Aquarium Directors letter Hello Visitor, Blue Planet Aquarium would like to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of all of our visitors in response to ongoing Coronavirus (COVID 19) situation. We want you to feel as safe and comfortable as possible when you visit us. […]