Bangalore Aquarium, otherwise called Government Aquarium, is the second biggest aquarium in India. It is situated at the passage of Cubbon Park in Bangalore, India, and was set up in 1983. It has an assortment of fascinating cultivable and additionally fancy fish in plain view. It is extremely close to vishweshwarayya exhibition hall. The aquarium is managed by the Karnataka State Government Department of Fisheries.
The Aquarium is an octagonal working with three stories. The ground floor contains office and lab space. The main floor has 14 extensive tanks, and the second floor has two columns of 69 tanks. The Aquarium is available to guests from 10 am to 5.30 pm on all days with the exception of second Tuesdays.
Fish that can be seen at the aquarium incorporate eels, angelfish, glowlight tetra, hockey stick tetra, red-tail shark, catla, Indian tiger thorn, mahseer, freshwater prawns, blue gourami, pearl gourami, goldfish, moon tail, and then some.