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First I need to provide full disclosure. I keep salt water aquariums and have an outdoor freshwater pond with ornamental fish.

Sea Life has well maintained aquariums and diverse aquatic animals. However, for about $20 admission per person, I would have expected more than a one hour experience. That is available at some of the better aquarium stores in the Kansas City area for free. We did not take any young children with us. They might find the Sea Life Aquarium very entertaining. There are a number of exhibits specifically designed for small kids with pop-up viewing stations and hands-on activities. For adults, it was interesting but not worth the admission cost.

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Our mission is to foster interest in aquariums and stimulate excitement about owning an aquarium. We assist anyone at any level of expertise to be a successful aquarium owner in your home or business. There is no size too small or too large for custom design tanks. Our staff is happy to help you with all of your aquarium needs. We service Kansas City Metro & Surrounding Areas

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Find aquarium stores in Surrounding West Waldo, Kansas City on Yellowbook First I need to provide full disclosure. I keep salt water aquariums and have an outdoor freshwater pond with ornamental fish.

Sea Life has well maintained aquariums and diverse aquatic animals. However, for about $20 admission per person, I would have expected more than a one hour experience. That is available at some of the better aquarium stores in the Kansas City area for free. We did not take any young children with us. They might find the Sea Life Aquarium very entertaining. There are a number of exhibits specifically designed for small kids with pop-up viewing stations and hands-on activities. For adults, it was interesting but not worth the admission cost.

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Thomas is one of our Kansas City Metro aquarists. He is a rabid fish and coral-keeper that has been immersed in the hobby for around 15 years. He has a particular passion for both reef aquariums and aggressive fish-only marine systems. Thomas also propagates stony and soft corals and is an avid scuba diver. Thomas has a B.S. degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Kansas and has been with Reef Tectonics since 2011. When he does not have his hands in an aquarium, he loves to fish and wakeboard.

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