Diving in Malpelo

Take a moment to watch the divers as they reveal their secrets and share their details from the centre of the stage!

A diver amongst the fish

To ensure that the species evolve in a healthy environment and so that you can watch them undisturbed, the handlers look after the installations from inside the aquariums. 

During this stage of Nausicaa's life, the divers have the opportunity to scour the tanks, and often find some surprising things to show you... such as shark teeth, for example!

The "Diving in Malpelo" activity is included with your ticket.

Just turn up at the Giant viewing panel - space n° 12 in the "Journey on the high seas" tour - at the time indicated in the schedule of activities.

The Ocean Mag

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In the spotlight

10 things you need to know about jellyfish

Found in all the world's seas, the jellyfish intrigues and fascinates. But watch out, you might get burnt !

méduse dorée à nausicaa


Atlantic lookdowns from the breeding programme go to the aquarium in La Rochelle

On 15 July, 40 juvenile Atlantic lookdowns, born thanks to the partnership between Nausicaá and BioNaMeris, will be sent to La Rochelle.


The Banggaï cardinalfish, a real superdad!

In order to breed, the male Banggaï cardinalfish recovers the fertilised eggs and stores them in its mouth until they hatch.