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Canary Cetacean Museum

Listed under Natural History Museums in Spain.

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The waters round the Canary islands are home to many different kinds of marine life and this museum is a celebration of them, with the main focus being crowd favourite whales and dolphins who have been studied in this region for the last 20 years.

Exhibitions include life size models and scaled replicas, skeletons and other biological artefacts and sound and video displays etc.. This is the biggest Marine Museum in Europe but unfortunately if you want to see the real thing you’re going to have to go outside and rent a boat or a telescope.

Urb. Puerto Calero.

Ed. Antiguo Varadero-First Floor. Local 11. Puerto Calero.

Canary Cetacean Museum Website.

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