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First you pay,
Then the annoying photographers take your photo.
Belugas. More down the page.
There were no butterflies this day.
Above: Flightless birds.
Below: Flighted bird.
The Sea Lions were inside and they had a performance for all concerned. The Sea Lions certainly had the humans well trained. They would make a small movement and the human would give them food.
For a considerable fee you could frolic with the penguins. One customer paid the money, then would not leave the entrance area, so no frolicking took place.
They certainly can swim fast.
Each penguin has a unique piece of identification on one wing.
Above: We two.
Outside. A wonderful display of critters that inhabit the real world.
There were tadwogs and pollypoles galore!
And, lots of turtles sunning themselves.
You find the strangest things.
Actually, there was a pond with RC Boats that you could drive around.
These navigation rules were posted there to point out what you need to know.
It was too early in the season for their buoys to be placed.
This counts as a ship, right?
They had a large display about Belugas in the Arctic but nothing about the pod that lives in the St Lawrence river in the Tadoussac area.
Below: Louise. Adventurous to the end.