The habitats of many species are in open water, among them the biggest, most amazing and majestic animals of the sea. The oceanarium at Seville Aquarium has the deepest shark tank on the Iberian Peninsular. It is almost 30 feet (nine meters) deep and holds almost 500,000 gallons (two million liters) of water. It contains sea turtles and various shark species like the bull shark, blacktip reef shark, gray reef shark (Lola), and nurse shark. There are also different types of ray like the common stingray, pelagic stingray, eagle ray, and spotted eagle ray, as well as the guitarfish, huge seabass, sea bream, and a shoal of seahorses.


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