Komaka Island, Okinawa, Japan Okinawa consists of 160 islands and it's known as one of the world's best diving destinations, having a number of coral species and marine lives as large as those in the Great Barrier Reef. (Over 400 types of corals, 5 types of sea turtles, manta rays, whale sharks, dugons and all kinds of tropical fish species all live around Okinawa.)
The Georgia Aquarium, located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA is the world's largest aquarium with more than 8.5 million US gallons of marine and fresh water housing more than 120,000 animals of 500 different species. The stars? Four young whale sharks, four beluga whales, and four manta rays. (This aquarium is the only institution outside of Asia to house whale sharks.
This is a photo taken at the Underwater museum in Cancun Mexico. To show people the beauty of the reef, 1000 sculptures were installed underwater near the reef. The exhibit was created to show the interaction between art and environmental science The statues are made with special materials to promote coral life. The exhibit can be seen by either diving or snorkeling.
Gyokusendo Okinawa Japan Okinawa World is the largest theme park of Okinawa Prefecture and presents the history, culture and nature of the island in one place. The most visited attraction is Gyokusendo: a 5,000-meter long cave formed about 300,000 years ago. 850 meters of this cavern are open to the public: visitors can walk in the caves evocatively lit and gape osservanfdo the spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.
Located along the Big Sur coast that faces the vast Pacific Ocean, the Human Nest is a treehouse constructed with a whirlpool of eucalyptus branches that have been bent, knotted, and twisted into its impressive and beautiful structure. Artist, Jayson Fann for the treebones resort, bent upwards thousands of individual branches and assembled them to create this wondrous treehouse.