Education | Jan 28

Japanese High School Builds Their Own Aquarium!

EHIME, Jan 28 (News On Japan) - Shuzo Matsuoka visits Ehime Prefectural Nagahama High School, home to Japan's only 'Aquarium Club', where they've built an aquarium that houses about 150 species and over 2,000 local creatures.

The club opens their self-made, highly popular aquarium to the public once a month. The aquarium has seen as many as 800 visitors in a single day. More than half of the school's students belong to the 'Aquarium Club', attracting students from as far as Tokyo and Hokkaido for cross-border enrollment. What is the story behind the birth of this unique 'Aquarium Club' in Japan?

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Source: ANN

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