Bringing The Sea To Yerushalayim

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In June, the Yerushalayim Biblical Zoo announced the imminent opening of Israel’s first aquarium, which would raise public awareness of the challenges facing aquatic wildlife in Israel’s seas and rivers.

Since then, the opening of the $28.5 million complex has been delayed. The aquarium claimed that this was due to “the need to acclimatize the fish and other sea creatures and protect their well-being.”

But according to a Channel 10 report, the delay in opening the Middle East’s first inland aquarium was because of the deaths of several fish and two sharks.

{Matzav.com Israel News Bureau}

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