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TOUR PARADISE ISLAND’S WATER’S EDGE LAGOON




During their stay on Paradise Island, resort guests have a wide range of choices when it comes to entertainment or educational tour options. The opportunity no vacationer should miss out on to visit is Paradise Island’s Water’s Edge Lagoon—a shallow and tranquil marine habitat inhabited by sea life such as Bone fish Albula vulpes, Bonnethead sharks Sphyrna tiburo, Blacknose Sharks Carcharhinus acronotus and Cownose rays Rhinoptera bonasus. It’s a sea life experience you won’t soon forget.

Access to all Atlantis marine habitats and Aquaventure Waterpark are FREE for guests staying at the resort. Passes may be purchased by day visitors, but availability is limited – and may be closed – during periods of high resort occupancy.

MARINE LIFE IN RESIDENCE

Bonnethead Sharks, Blacknose Sharks and Cownose Stingrays: The migratory Rhinoptera bonasus schools for protection and this confuses potential predators that try to single out one individual.

INTERESTING FACTS

Mass Migrations

Cownose rays migrate in massive schools, which help protect them from predators. But there are other benefits gained from togetherness. Swimming close together reduces drag and allows rays to conserve energy while swimming. When searching for their next meal, it’s advantageous to have thousands of eyes on the lookout.

Find, Flatten, and Feed

Cownose rays not only dig for clams, but they also crave crabs, oysters, snails, and lobsters. After fanning the sand off its prey, the ray crushes the clams using flattened teeth called dental plates and then sucks in the slippery snack.
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