WELCOME TO THE MALTA NATIONAL AQUARIUM
DISCOVER THE THRILL
Malta National Aquarium has teamed up with a number of NGOs and organisations in order to help spread awareness of Marine conservation and issues related to our local marine environment.
Pacu fish are related to Piranha. However, they don’t have the same teeth: piranhas have pointy and sharp teeth while Pacu have square and flat teeth. Pacu are omnivorous, meaning that they can eat everything! We feed them with small fish, broccoli and beans!
|10:30 am||Shark Conservation Project|
|11:00 am||Feeding Session|
|12:00 pm||“Conserve and Preserve” talk|
|01:00 pm||Coral Reef talk & Feeding session|
|02:30 pm||Octopus Feeding & Talk|
|03:15 pm||Evolution Talk|
|04:00 pm||Shark Talk & feeding session|
|05:30 pm||Big fish campaign|
The Malta National Aquarium is accessible using various methods of transport including public transport.
- Public Transport
- Opening Times