Monday Portrait: Tambaqui at CosmoCaixa Museo de la Sciencia, Barcelona

South American freshwater fish at the impressive aquarium and rainforest area of Barcelona’s wonderful Science Museum.

Emily and Anaïs hunt out the fish.

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

17 thoughts on “Monday Portrait: Tambaqui at CosmoCaixa Museo de la Sciencia, Barcelona”

  1. I’ve not been to Barcelona for many years (my brother lived there for a time in the late ’80s/early ’90s) put off by the explosion of tourism but this makes me want to return just to see the museum.

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    1. This museum is a national treasure. As it’s not in the city centre, it’s not a tourist hotspot, though much visited. It’s a wonderful place to spend a whole day, whatever your age

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    1. It’s an extraordinary place, with something for everyone, whether you’re a curious toddler like Anaïs, through to children, students, interested adults and even Experts in Their Fields.

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