Corfu Aquarium

Corfu Aquarium we are a family business aiming to inspire awareness and preserve local fauna and marine life by educating our visitors with wholesome guided tours and by setting the example with eco-friendly-driven operations. It was the same passion that made us rescue and foster the most adorable reptiles coming from wildlife care centers.

Being true Corfiots, we consider it our duty to bring to the surface the majestic and mesmerizing beauty of both sea and land animals of Corfu and the Mediterranean. For us, sharing our vision and the sense of environmental responsibility with the world is more than essential.
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Local sea life on entering this zone, you will find yourselves surrounded by Mediterranean species such as sea bream, sea bass, mullet, grouper, and scorpionfish. You will also come across lobsters, starfish, crabs, and even an octopus. All the animals you will view in this zone can be found around Corfu and the Mediterranean Sea. You can find out much more about the local marine life during our guided tours at Corfu Aquarium.

International reptiles in this zone, you will see a range of reptiles from all over the world. Starting from lizards to snakes, turtles and even a crocodile! Reptiles are a class of vertebrates made up mostly of snakes, turtles, lizards, and crocodilians. These animals are most easily recognized by their dry, scaly skin. Almost all reptiles are cold-blooded and most lay eggs though some, like the boa constrictor, give birth to live young. Some of the reptiles you will meet in our reptile zone have been rescued from animal welfare organizations across Greece and have been rehomed in our aquarium. You will be able to find out more about our animals’ individual stories during our guided tours.

Here you can view a small selection of amphibians (frogs and salamanders) from all over the world. Amphibians are a diverse and exciting class of animals that include frogs, toads, salamanders, newts, and caecilians. Those names refer to the two lives that many amphibians live one in water during their larval stage and the other on land during their adult stage. Amphibians are vertebrate animals (have a backbone) like fish, mammals, reptiles, and birds. They are cold-blooded, which means their body temperature is regulated by their surrounding temperature. Amphibians are also characterized by their smooth, slimy skin and their lack of scales, feathers, or hair. Their skin is permeable and many amphibians breathe through their skin instead of through their lungs.

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