The Caribbean sea


Volume: 11,48 m3


 Lighting: High


Temperature: 23/27ºC

Zonation: Infralitoral

The large number of fish exclusive to this sea stress the biogeographical isolation of the Caribbean.

The most representative Atlantic reefs are undoubtedly those of the Caribbean, with the coasts and islands that surround them. The islands of the Caribbean, also known as the West Indies, are 2,960 km long from east to west and 1,440 km from north to south. The reefs of the Caribbean rise like a mountain on the sea bed, but without reaching the surface and growing preferably towards the open sea.

Other common marine organisms that can be found in this community