The underwater trip that this habitat offers crosses the Atlantic Ocean through a 35 metre tunnel connecting the Canary Islands with Bermuda.

The world’s oceans are large extensions of water which, despite containing few nutrients, are inhabited by animals capable of travelling thousands of kilometres to find food or mate. In open waters, only animals adapted to such hard conditions can survive. This aquarium consists of two underwater towers, connected by a 35 metre long tunnel, containing a unique underwater space inside the same tank. It is one of the largest aquariums in the world, with 6,000m³ of water.

Sand tiger shark
The sand tiger shark (Carcharias taurus) is one of the few sharks which, to maintain its buoyancy, takes mouthfuls of air which it accumulates in its stomach, acting as a float.
Grey reef shark
The grey reef shark can migrate thousands of kilometres due to temperature changes in the water it inhabits and food availability.
Blackchin guitarfish
The blackchin guitarfish (Glaucostegus cemiculus) is a cartilaginous animal which takes its name from the characteristic shape of its body, very similar to the stringed instrument.
Bull ray
The bull ray is named due to the shape of its head, reminiscent of a bull.
The sawfish is a type of ray whose most notable characteristic is their long face, with 16 to 37 teeth.