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Fjord & Baelt Centre

Address The Fjord and Baelt Center
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Open: January and December: Closed 1st Feb. – 30th June: Mon – Fri 10 -16, Sat – Sun 10 -17 1st July – 20th August: Every day 10 -18 21st August – 30th Nov.: Mon – Fri 10 -16, Sat – Sun 10-17
Prices: Adult: 60 DKK, child: 35 DKK, retired: 40 DKK
No of Species No of Animals Star Rating
Mammals Conservation
Birds Enclosures
Reptiles Education
Amphibians Recreation
Fish Research
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This critique last updated:  Jan 2008

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Visitor Reviews

This review submitted by NIELS JOHS LEGARTH IVERSEN,
September 2000

The Fjord and Baelt Center of Kerteminde (Funen) is the only place I know where you can watch the world's smallest whale the porpoise in captivity. These one meter long critters are the only permanent whales in Danish waters, and the Fjord and Baelt Center was established not least to keep an eye on how well they are doing. And of course those who come here come to see the porpoises. When they are fed the keepers of course let the animals show their talents, and though small they can do some of the same tricks as their bigger cousins the dolphins and killer whales. A 50 meter long tunnel leads from the porpoise section to the building that houses the aquarium, the cafeteria and the museum. The focus is on the marine life of the inner Danish waters, and the most conspicuous exhibit here is a large round pond with low water, where you can watch the different kinds af fish from above. Apart from that there are exhibits on the the marine life, for instance a large model of a starfish, and exhibits about the ways of fishing close to the coast. And a large skeleton of a sperm whale under the ceiling in the cafeteria.

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