We inform all our clients that in case of storm alert it is possible to reach
- the Aquarium ONLY from via Riviera di Chiaia n.246/Piazza San Pasquale.
- the Darwin-Dohrn Museum ONLY from viale Anton Dohrn n. 49.
VISITING RULES: beat on the glass or on the walls of the tanks;
disturbing animals in any other way, including annoying sounds or noises, gestures or attitudes that may frighten or make them nervous; introduce dogs or other animals inside, with the exception of guide dogs for the blind and dogs for assistance to people with motor disabilities equipped with a permit;
run inside the hall;
smoke inside the hall;
consume food and drink;
use flash for photographs or lights for video shooting.
Thanks for collaboration
The time selected during the purchase phase is mandatory for the sound laboratory, while the visit to the Aquarium must be made during the same day (29/04/2023).
What to expect
During this workshop it will be possible to discover how underwater marine animals actually communicate and emit many sounds, composing together with other natural sources a set of marine soundscapes that it will be possible to reconstruct and listen to thanks to an innovative tool, an interactive table available to participants .
With the support of experts and researchers, the fascinating sounds of the underwater world will be revealed, and their changes based on changes in the environment, such as climatic conditions or disturbances caused by the impact of human activities in the sea. A unique opportunity to play listening to sounds never heard before!
What to expect
The Naples Aquarium, built in 1874, was the first structure entirely dedicated to the exhibition of the flora and fauna of the Mediterranean Sea.
Far from the spectacularization of modern aquariums, the richness of this place is given by its enormous size historical value combined with the use of the most modern technologies for the maintenance of host species.
Visitors will be guided to discover the diversity of environments that characterize the seabed of the Gulf of Naples, starting from the coastal ecosystems, gradually moving towards the open sea and the sea depths.
We will discover how we adapt to living in a breakwater and tidal area, how a prairie of Posidonia oceanica, which are the organisms capable of building permanent structures, such as coralligenous, which host very diversified populations of plant and animal species.
In the irregularities of the rocky environments and the numerous ravines, sedentary species will be closely observed
like octopuses, moray eels and conger eels that find refuge here.
Some tanks will represent a real window on unknown worlds such as environments deep and open sea where organisms such as boarfish and trumpet fish will show themselves with theirs bizarre appearance.
A dive up to 1300 meters will take you to one of the deepest points of our sea, the Dohrn Canyon, an underwater crevasse about 12 miles from Naples, where catshark, tarragon and ratfish swim between black corals and anemones.
Finally, starting this year, some tanks will be dedicated to tropical species which, due to the increase of the average water temperature due to global warming, are rapidly settling in our sea.
Clownfish and anemones, corals and algae, gobies and shrimps will reveal the meaning of phenomenon of symbiosis, accompanying visitors on a real immersion in the colorful coral reef environment.
We are waiting for you to accompany you on this journey into the exciting and mysterious underwater world with its richness of organisms and its delicate balances.
you always have these benefits included
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How to reach the property
Acquario di NapoliVilla Comunale - 80121 Napoli
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