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Definition of Oceanarium
1. [n -RIA or -RIUMS]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oceanarium
Literary usage of Oceanarium
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cruising the Mediterranean: A Guide to the Ports of Call by Larry H. Ludmer (2007)
"... more in tune with just animal life then you should also consider visiting the modern oceanarium ..."
2. Australia by Dan Colwell (2000)
"At Mooloolaba, Underwater World is a tropical oceanarium where you can swim with the seals. At Nambour, famous for pineapple growing, the big attraction is ..."
3. New Zealand Driving Holidays: 29 New Zealand Holiday Itineraries and Touring by Donna Blaber (2005)
"Bob's keen to walch the feeding show and so we hop aboard the travelator, which journeys through glass tunnels in the oceanarium. where, much to our delight ..."
4. Daytrips Spain and Portugal: 50 One Day Advnetures by Car, Rail Or Ferry by Norman P. T. Renouf (2001)
"Most probably, the only serious attraction there for tourists is the sparkling new oceanarium (Oceanário), 9 891-70-02 or fax 895-57-62. ..."
5. Southern Africa: South Africa * Namibia * Botswana * Zimbabwe by Bernard Joliat (2000)
"From the reptiles in Snake Park and the exotic birds in the Tropical House to the dolphins and seals in the oceanarium, there is plenty to keep you ..."
6. Chicago: A Photographic Portrait by Don Brown, Photographer, Don Brown (2005)
"Today its 6000 fishes, reptiles, amphibians, mammals and invertebrates amaze visitors in state-of-the-art exhibits such as oceanarium, Amazon Rising, ..."