3-Million litre oceanarium tank
3-Million litre oceanarium tank

Concept visual of main ocean tank with large shipwreck. Ocean World, Maharashtra, India

Outdoor penguin environment
Outdoor penguin environment

Concept visual of South African penguin habitat. Ocean World, Maharashtra, India

Reef edge and breaking wave tank
Reef edge and breaking wave tank

Conceptual cutaway view of reef aquarium with water dump apparatus. Ocean World, Maharashtra, India

Entrance to rainforest environment
Entrance to rainforest environment

Concept visual of entrance portal to immersive montane rainforest environment. Ocean World, Maharashtra, India

Indian otter habitat
Indian otter habitat

Conceptual visual of montane rainforest environment. Ocean World, Maharashtra, India

Terrarium for poison arrow frogs
Terrarium for poison arrow frogs

Conceptual visual of oval shaped cylinder and tropical Amazon habitat. Ocean World, Maharashtra, India

Large cylinder with shoaling fish
Large cylinder with shoaling fish

Conceptual visual of open-ocean hall with shoaling fish cylinder and life size models of large ocean creatures. Ocean World, Maharashtra, India

360 Degree view aquarium tunnel
360 Degree view aquarium tunnel

Conceptual visual of reef aquarium with cylindrical tunnel. Ocean World, Maharashtra, India

Crocodile and mangrove habitat.
Crocodile and mangrove habitat.

Conceptual visual of underwater view into outdoor mangrove environment with Mugger crocodiles. Ocean World, Maharashtra, India

Ocean World, Maharashtra, India This monumental oceanarium design project was undertaken in conjunction with London architects Proctor and Matthews and landscape planners IDG of Bristol, UK. The large iconic building is to feature a massive main tank with a large shipwreck and 45m-long acrylic tunnel, a Western Ghats mountain
rainforest walkway and numerous smaller exhibits. The landscaped outdoor exhibits include a large seal environment, an Indian crocodile and mangrove habitat and an African penguin coastal landscape.
The project is still in planning stage.